A co-operative approach to social care is the fairest and most inclusive way of delivering services. It can deliver significantly better outcomes for service users, carers and commissioners.
It will take place on Tuesday 10th September at Chapter (Cardiff) – Meeting Room 2. The meeting will start at 6.30pm and run until 8.30pm. Tea and coffee will be provided.
Thanks to the policy direction of Welsh Government and the support provided by the Wales Co-operative Centre, there are a growing number of social care co-operatives in Wales. Come along and find out more about this growing movement.
Adrian Roper, CEO of Cartrefi Cymru Co-operative and Donna Coyle, Care to Co-operate manager at the Wales Co-operative Centre.
This event is organised by the Co-operative Party in Cardiff and the Vale, and is open to all.
Care to Co-operate has supported people and organisations to work co-operatively, to design and run services, for over three years. Do you have an idea for a care and support co-operative? If so, Care to Co-operate would love to speak to you! You can get in touch by e-mail [email protected], call 0300 111 5050, visit care.wales.coop or Tweet us at @ThomasWalesCoop