Energize Media CIC welcomed Social Care minister Huw Iranca-Davies to it’s community radio station yesterday. The social enterprise was set up in 2013 by two long standing friends who were both Direct Payment recipients. Changes in their local authority’s service left the friends with few service options to meet their requirements and interests so they… Read More Minister praises Newport radio station for Energize’ing people’s lives @EnergizeMedia_ @WalesCoOpCentre #socialcare #SSWbAct #caretocoop
https://socialcare.wales/news-stories/new-report-paints-picture-of-care-and-support-needed-by-people-across-wales?record-language-choice=en-cy A new national report about the care and support needed by people across Wales has been launched 20 Dec. The National Population Assessment Report brings together the main findings of the first population assessment reports published by the regional partnership boards earlier this year. Our report draws together the common issues and pressures identified… Read More SCW-The National Population Assessment Report
http://gov.wales/newsroom/health-and-social-services/2018/care/?lang=en Report published 16.01 makes a number of recommendations on how change to the system can be supported and explains, in practical terms, how to meet the challenges facing health and social care services in the years ahead. The panel’s report includes a renewed vision for health and social care in Wales, with action guided… Read More Different system of care needed to deliver for the people of Wales
IN BRIEF Social mobility in Wales: Moving forwards or backwards? by seneddresearch https://seneddresearch.blog/2018/01/10/social-mobility-in-wales-moving-forwards-or-backwards/ 10 January 2018 Darllenwch yr erthygl yma yn Gymraeg | View this post in Welsh Following the publication in late 2017 of its State of the Nation 2017: Social Mobility in Great Britain report, all four members of the UK Government’s Social… Read More New post Social mobility in Wales: Moving forwards or backwards?
Here’s an extract from the latest policy blog from Co-ops UK Policy Officer, James Wright. To read the full blog click the link here: http://bit.ly/2EYgaDH 2018 – Time to get real 2018 is the year politicians and business leaders must get real about an inclusive economy. Later this month many of the powerful will gather in Davos for… Read More @CooperativesUk ‘2018 – Time to get real’ blog now live #coops #policy #2018 #challenges
Train The Trainer Introduction to Co-production 14th February 2018 9:30-4:30, Cardiff Eventbrite link to book: https://trainthetrainercardiff14feb.eventbrite.com South Wales session (There will be a North Wales session to follow, date tba.) Noreen Blanluet and Ruth Dineen have developed a one-day “introduction to co-production” training session, that has been honed and refined by delivering it (many times!) for… Read More Train the Trainer – introduction to Co-production training, 14/02/18, Cardiff @copronetwales #coproduction #training #Cardiff #events #wales
December 18, 2017 A new report by the PPIW shows that Wales has the potential to lead the way in developing a more inclusive economy. https://www.wcpp.org.uk/single-post/2017/12/18/Inclusive-Growth-in-Wales