Equal Care Co-op (ECCOO), a care and support co-operative based in England, have exceeded their share offer target by raising £396’110 (at time of writing) – and there is still time to invest and get on-board! The original target of £300’000 was met a short while a go, but ECCOO are accepting further investment untilContinue reading “Equal Care Co-op exceed share offer target – and there’s still time to invest!”
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As part of his ambition to deliver 21st century socialism, Mark Drakeford wants to ‘rebalance’ the social care sector and to bring services closer to the public realm through co-operative models.
The scheme will provide a healthcare and wellbeing campus at the Grade II listed Royal Alexandra Hospital and a new building offering a range of community services.
Health and Social Services Minister Vaughan Gething will today outline the ambitious programme of work to explore a social care levy for Wales.
An innovative scheme which helps people who are homeless to move off the streets into housing and offers them long-term support to live independently is set to receive more than £700,000 of Welsh Government funding.
“I am very pleased indeed that WISERD has been awarded further ESRC follow-on ‘centres transition funding ’… …It will enable us to work with our partners to deepen our capacity to translate our research into policy and practice, and to develop further research in the future.”
A group that will advise on how £100m of Welsh Government funding can be invested to support emerging technologies in the South Wales Valleys has met for the first time.
Welsh Government, Sport Wales and Public Health Wales have come together to deliver the Healthy and Active Fund (HAF) which aims to improve mental and physical health by enabling the adoption of healthy and active lifestyles across Wales.