Welsh Government’s ten-year plan for A Healthier Wales sets a single, shared vision for health and social care in Wales, in which the third sector, both the paid and unpaid workforce, including volunteers and unpaid carers, play an integral part.
Building on this vision, WCVA are hosting an event this Thursday (23/05/19) – A Healthier Wales. It’s a chance to explore the key role for the third sector in realising how the ambitious vision can be made into reality.
Care to Co-operate will be hosting a workshop at A Healthier Wales: Maximising the Role of Social Value Forums
The role of Social Value Forums is set out in Part 2 of the ground-breaking Social Services and Well-being Act (Wales). It sets a vision for a different style of co-produced design and delivery of social care services. The workshop will set the legislative context for Social Value Forums in Wales and will provide current insight and experiences from those involved in establishing the Forums. Information will also be provided about the Wales Co-operative Centre’s Care to Co-operate project.
Social Value Forums embodies values important to us such as Co-Production, Citizen Voice and Control, and of course, the highly valuable Social Value that we can all bring to the table. If you would like to part in the workshop, please register for event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-third-sectors-role-in-delivering-wales-long-term-plan-for-health-and-social-care-a-healthier-registration-61642026962