The new law will make it easier for people to complain, removing the barrier that a complaint must be in writing. People will be able to complain orally or through British Sign Language and maybe, in future through other digital technologies and is aimed at helping vulnerable and deprived members of society.
‘How we choose and deliver care and support services will define our society in years to come’
“Funders and charities regularly produce evaluations to learn from projects and understand where funding has been more or less effective. However, it is often challenging to share learning systematically or to be sure that evaluations will stack up to traditional ‘standards of evidence’ if they are shared externally.”
This is the latest in a series of posts looking at the UK Government’s White Paper on the Future relationship between the UK and the EU. This post looks specifically at elements of the White Paper that are most relevant to health. Read the full article here.
Social Prescribing was featured on Mark Porter’s ‘Inside Health’ show on BBC Radio 4. Listen to the full broadcast here.
The Co-operative Care Forum’s event What difference does co-operation make? will take place on 21st September at the Federation. At its heart, this event is all about the potential of co-operation to help to address the care crisis faced by the UK and many other countries. If it is to do so, co-operation needs toContinue reading “Event: What Difference does Co-operation Make?”
On 18 July the Llywydd issued a statement on the progress of Assembly Reform. It said that the Assembly Commission had met and discussed the findings of its public consultation on electoral reform, Creating a Parliament for Wales and agreed the next steps for this programme of work. read the full article here.
A new project to help the social care sector in Wales plan its workforce requirements post-Brexit has been announced by the Welsh Government.
Critical care services in Wales are set to benefit from a new annual £15million fund, the Health Secretary, Vaughan Gething has announced.
Digital Communities Wales have a fantastic range of free digital training courses coming up in north Wales aimed at those working or volunteering in the Health & Social care sector: 25.07.18 – Digital Apps and Tools for Health & Wellbeing, book here: http://bit.ly/dcw2507 30.07.18 (morning) – Inspiring Digital Activities in Care Homes, book here: http://bit.ly/dcw3007Continue reading “DCW: Free digital training courses coming up in north Wales”