Day centres in extra care schemes could be decommissioned and respite care reduced in Walsall, under plans which could put dozens of jobs at risk but save the cash-strapped council at least £480,000 a year.
Walsall Council has a contract with Housing 21 for the provision of five extra care schemes and one dementia care residential home, which includes day centre services and a number of respite care units.
Thirty staff are employed at day centres in the borough.
The authority claims there has been a lack of use in the services and a public consultation is due to be held over planned changes.
The plans would also involve ploughing £161,000 into staffing costs at Water Mill dementia residential care home, in Goscote, which would be funded by some of the proposed savings from decommissioning day care services and reducing respite care.