The project will deliver an independent and objective assessment of the implementation of the Act and the way in which it has impacted on the well-being of people who need care and support, and their carers.
As this is our final newsletter of the year, we would like to thank all our fellow co-operators for a fantastic 2018 – and may that continue! We would like to wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy new year. But… before we part ways for festive fun, let’s have a look… Read More Care to Co-operate Christmas Newsletter
In the past few months, Care to Co-operate has held an open discussion on what Social Care Co-operatives in Wales will look like in the future. You and other participants gave great opinions such as “social care needs more public support” and “you can create better care by co-operating rather than by competing.” To help shape… Read More Save the Date – Co-operation: Your Social Care Future
Universal Credit has hit the headlines recently because of the significant delays and hardship it can cause. It also has important implications for devolved policies and services that require the Welsh Government to step up its action.
Torfaen Play Service hosted their annual Volunteer Awards evening to celebrate the work of nearly 200 volunteers this year, delivering community play provision across the borough.
The Welsh Youth Parliament will give children and young people across Wales a powerful voice on matters which affect their lives by working alongside the National Assembly for Wales.
As part of our commitment to improving the fairness of Council Tax, we are consulting on proposals to exempt care leavers from paying council tax until their 25th birthday.