In recent weeks we’ve been really excited to see the commitments to change in social care that are emerging over Greater Manchester.

Greater Manchester is the home of our first Wellbeing Teams – in Wigan – and we have others planned in Stockport and Trafford too. This is only possible because of the support of a range of partners across the city region who are making change happen.

Here are just of few of the positive signs we’ve seen:


Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham

At a local event, we were delighted to hear Andy Burnham talking about Wellbeing Teams, social capital and communities.


Our partners Making Space

Rachel Peacock, the CEO of Making Space, also shared her thoughts:



Joanne Harding, Labour Councillor for Urmston, Trafford

As a planned site of Wellbeing Teams, it is encouraging to see a commitment to changes that fit with our vision.

Helen talked about the work we’ll be doing in Trafford in this short video:


We’re really excited about the changes in social care emerging across Greater Manchester. If you’d like to learn more, please visit our commissioning page or get in touch