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An £89m Welsh Government fund is providing care closer to home for people of all ages, helping reduce pressure on hospitals and social care services across Wales, The Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan said during a visit to a school in Cardiff on the 16th January.
BBC Wales journalist, Paul Martin, is looking to speak with individual recipients and families who have been through the assessment process currently being undertaken by local councils in relation to the Welsh Independent Living Grant
Mae Anabledd Dysgu Cymru yn dymuno penodi Prif Swyddog Gweithredol deinamig, eithriadol o fedrus a phrofiadol.
With the help and expertise of Alzheimer’s Society Cymru, we have produced a short workshop for parents and carers to raise awareness of dementia amongst those with a learning disability
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Your chance to comment – consultation on Autism Bill for Wales, closes 20th Nov 17.
Last year Cartrefi became a co-operative. This means they are now a multi stakeholder organisation whose members work together for mutual benefit.
Social Care Wales has developed a five-year strategy for care and support at home in Wales. Now they want to hear from you
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>