The Social Co-operation Forum is looking for new members!

That’s right, we are on the lookout for new members to discuss, shape and drive the co-operative care sector in Wales. Membership is free, and we would love to see you at our next meeting – either in person or by video call. If you would like to attend, please drop us an e-mail atContinue reading “The Social Co-operation Forum is looking for new members!”

The Social Co-operation Forum is looking for new members!

That’s right, we are on the lookout for new members to discuss, shape and drive the co-operative care sector in Wales. Membership is free, and we would love to see you at our next meeting – either in person or by video call. If you would like to attend, please drop us an e-mail atContinue reading “The Social Co-operation Forum is looking for new members!”

The Social Co-operation Forum is looking for new members!

That’s right, we are on the lookout for new members to discuss, shape and drive the co-operative care sector in Wales. Membership is free, and we would love to see you at our next meeting – either in person or by video call. If you would like to attend, please drop us an e-mail atContinue reading “The Social Co-operation Forum is looking for new members!”

The Social Co-operation Forum is looking for new members!

That’s right, we are on the lookout for new members to discuss, shape and drive the co-operative care sector in Wales. Membership is free, and we would love to see you at our next meeting – either in person or by video call. If you would like to attend, please drop us an e-mail atContinue reading “The Social Co-operation Forum is looking for new members!”

Advice during ongoing Brexit uncertainty

Whether or not the government’s Brexit bill goes through or we face a general election – there is no doubt that its an uncertain time for British business.  Our  Secretary General, Ed Mayo outlines three steps for any co-op to act on during this stormy period for the economy. 

The Social Co-operation Forum is looking for new members!

That’s right, we are on the lookout for new members to discuss, shape and drive the co-operative care sector in Wales. Membership is free, and we would love to see you at our next meeting – either in person or by video call. If you would like to attend, please drop us an e-mail atContinue reading “The Social Co-operation Forum is looking for new members!”

Sign-up with Care to Co-operate, and get the latest news on co-operatives they support, their events, workshops and more!

Care to Co-operate support people and organisations to work co-operatively, to design and run their own care and support services. As well as bespoke support to co-operatives across Wales, Care to Co-operate are often at local and notable events holding workshops and talks. They even hosted their own sell-out roadshow earlier this year, and runContinue reading “Sign-up with Care to Co-operate, and get the latest news on co-operatives they support, their events, workshops and more!”

Advice during ongoing Brexit uncertainty

Whether or not the government’s Brexit bill goes through or we face a general election – there is no doubt that its an uncertain time for British business.  Our  Secretary General, Ed Mayo outlines three steps for any co-op to act on during this stormy period for the economy. 

Social Care Wales and Care to Co-operate: Get Started with Direct Payments.

Direct Payments is a type of Social Security that allows people to have more responsibility and ownership of the care and support services they use. There are many benefits to Direct Payments – its versatile, enables greater voice and control, but, it can still be a bit confusing – where do I start, what doContinue reading “Social Care Wales and Care to Co-operate: Get Started with Direct Payments.”