Swansea Council for Voluntary Service is working in partnership with GP Practices within the Cwmtawe Cluster to deliver the Cwmtawe Social Prescribing Service – ‘New Ways to Wellbeing’
Health and Care Research Wales is pleased to announce that a new call for applications to the Social Care Research Fellowship scheme is now open for applications.The call will be open for applications until 13:00 Wednesday 28 November 2018.
This week we continue our conversation about the future of social care co-operatives in Wales. One of the responses so far is, “Citizens and service providers have an equal voice and control as members of small social care co-operatives.” Do you agree? Have your say!
Are you interested in setting – up & running a care or well-being co-operative, but not sure where to start? Visit the Care to Co-operate online toolkit! The interactive website will guide you through all the essential know-how you will need, and offers additional resources on membership, online promotion and more. Also, the toolkit available… Read More Do you want to set-up & run a care or well-being co-operative?
The café has been managed for a number of years, by the work opportunities section of Wrexham County Borough Council, Adult Social Care Department, providing a service for visitors and supporting their clients. There is now an opportunity for a new provider to continue to develop and improve the café facility, extend the training courses,… Read More Tender: Alyn Waters Café
Care to Co-operate wants you to think about the future. We want you to imagine what social care might look like in the future – and what role might co-operatives play in that future. Read the full article, have your say and take part here!
The Minister began his visit to the county with a visit to Milford Haven Leisure Centre to see how the social enterprise café is helping people with learning disabilities into work, by providing employment opportunities. The project received £100,000 funding from the Welsh Government’s integrated care fund (ICF).