Vaughan Gething, Minister for Health and Social Services has launched a consultation seeking views on the new guidance which includes a draft pathway to help children and young people navigate through the healthcare system.
Welsh Government proposes to amend the Student Support (Wales) Regulations and policy guidance relating to Disabled Students’ Allowances.
The University of South Wales would like to invite you to take part in a study that is being undertaken to inform the development of a health communication tool for people with learning disabilities
The All Wales Forum of Parents and Carers of People with Learning Disabilities wants to hear from you!
You can comment upon proposals by completing a short survey and have your say on proposed changes to fees, qualification requirements for domiciliary care workers, fitness to practise rules and Code of Practice for Persons Employing Social Care Workers.
The National Assembly for Wales has voted to look further at whether a specific law is needed on support for autistic people, their families and carers in Wales. Assembly Member Paul Davies introduced the debate on the Autism Bill for Wales in the Assembly and is now working on developing the case for legislation. He would… <a href="http://www.allwalesforum.org.uk/autism-bill-wales-consultation-ends-20th-november-2017/">[Read More]</a>
The Parliamentary Review of Health and Social Care in Wales has been commissioned by the Welsh Government to develop recommendations for the future delivery of health and social care services. The review wants to hear the views of people who use services as well as people who work in and deliver health and social care services You… <a href="http://www.allwalesforum.org.uk/parliamentary-review-health-social-care-wales-2017/">[Read More]</a>
Closing the disability employment gap consultation closes 17th February 2017
Welsh Government are seeking views from people with autism and their parents, carers and professionals who provide services and support.
This consultation seeks the views of stakeholders on the Welsh Government’s draft Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill