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>
Short breaks are an essential part of the overall support that families and carers need to help them care for a family member, partner or friend
After £5.5bn of cuts, a new ruling requiring care providers to pay the minimum wage for sleep-in shifts – including six years of back pay
The next meeting will be the 25th of January 2017
Closing the disability employment gap consultation closes 17th February 2017
The Be Seen project was launched by the AWF in Merthyr Tydfil last week. In the run up to Carers Rights Day 2016, the event emphasised a carers’ right to be visible within their community.
Written statement from Rebecca Evans Minister for Social Services and Public Health
Current Vacancy closes noon 14th November – Ceredigion
Emily Handley, senior clinical psychologist in a mental health and learning disabilities service describes how a joined up focus on the needs of her brother, could have prevented his tragic death.