Have your say – Evaluation of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act

The Welsh Government has commissioned a partnership between leading academics across four universities in Wales and expert advisers to deliver the evaluation of the ground-breaking Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014.

Please read the official statement below, and find out how you can have your say…

We are currently undertaking the process evaluation phase of the study which aims to understand how the Social Services and Well-being Act has been/is being implemented and delivered at a national, regional and local level. It will consider the role that the wide range of organisations that are impacted by the Act have had in this implementation, and identify factors that have helped or hindered its effectiveness.

You are being invited to complete the pro forma, and we would also like you to share the link and attached documents within your networks. Please send this email to any people or organisations that you think might be interested in answering these questions.

The pro forma can be accessed online – https://usw.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/impact-survey – and we have also produced offline versions of the survey which are attached to this email if you would rather complete is this way rather than doing it online – one in Easy Read, one for individuals, and one for organisations to complete.

If you decide to complete one of these documents, please return it to the Welsh Institute of Health and Social Care, University of South Wales via email to Professor Mark Llewellyn – mark.llewellyn@southwales.ac.uk – or through the mail to the address below:

PLEASE COMPLETE AND RETURN THE PRO FORMA – ONLINE OR OFFLINE – BY WEDNESDAY 8th APRIL 2020.

Published by socialcoopforumwales

The Social Co-operation Forum is a membership network promoting co-operative models of social care and well-being.

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