Collaborating with Maximus on the Essex Community Wellbeing Service Webinar Invite

Posted on: April 23, 2021

Maximus UK Services are hosting a webinar on Thursday 29th April at 12pm in recognition of the forthcoming Community Wellbeing Service being commissioned by Essex County Council.

Following on from the recent market engagement event and publication of the draft specification for the new service, Maximus is keen to share with potential partners and stakeholders our approach and aspirations for the new service. The event will conclude with a short Q&A session.

Along with myself, our speakers will include:

  • Dr Nick Zygouris – Director of Mental Health
  • Becky Powers – Business Development Manager
  • Lynn Baker – Solutions Architect

We would welcome attendance from organisations across the public, private and VCSE sectors – of all sizes – who are keen to find out more and collaborate with us on this opportunity.

Please complete the Event Registration to join us on the day. By working together, integrating services and developing this innovative approach, we can have a positive impact on local communities long into the future.

Author: Jade Bolton
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