Care and support in Wales is changing: giving you more of a say over the things that matter to you
The Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014 means that there will be the most radical shake up of Social Care in a generation, and this changes the way services will be provided in our communities, and have far reaching impact for citizens, communities and the third sector. This will be based on asking people and communities, not what they need and want, but on what matters most to them. It is about discovering what they want to do for themselves, what they may need a little help with and what services are most important.
Do you support citizens and communities – and are you asking what matters most to them?
Interlink will be planning a number of events and networks to discuss what this means for the community and voluntary sector and what opportunities there are for citizens, communities and organisations.
Important within this is to know what community and voluntary organisations are providing – so make sure you join Interlink and please go on line and check you are on Findagroup http://findagroup.cymru/ and your details and information are correct.
We will soon be asking all our members to allow us to upload this information to a new ‘one stop shop’ for social care information (called DEWIS).
The Minister has issued the following statement.
To find more visit www.gov.wales/careandsupport
Byddwch yn dymuno gwybod bod y Gweinidog wedi gwneud y datganiad canlynol
I gael rhagor o wybodaeth ewch i www.llyw.cymru/gofalachymorth