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
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As the UK population gets older, an increasing number of workers are providing care towards the end of their working life for family members. One in four older female workers, and one in eight older male workers, have caring responsibilities.
An annual report which includes information on the characteristics and attributes of children receiving care and support (CRCS).
“We wanted to broaden the debate about intergenerational fairness to look at how young adults are faring in the other domains of life which determine human happiness. We created an index to do this, that measured indicators across five different domains that we’d identified as the most significant determinants of wellbeing, based on the conclusions… Read More What’s Driving The Decline Of Young People’s Wellbeing In The UK?
The Co-op Group is looking for inspiring people across the UK to mentor its member pioneers.
Wales is gaining an international reputation for its innovative health and social policies around prevention and wellbeing with their focus on what matters most to people and relational, compassionate, innovative and joined-up ways of working.
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