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Children in Wales to benefit from £100m investment in childcare

A significant investment of nearly £100m is being made by the Welsh Government to improve childcare availability, boost Welsh language provision and fund free part-time places.

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First ever young carers festival takes place in Wales

The first ever festival for young carers in Wales is taking place this week [23-25 August].

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New plan helping people with learning disabilities into work

“Helping people with learning disabilities find employment is a key part of our action plan to ensure they live full, independent lives,” Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan said today (23 August) after meeting a Cardiff man celebrating an employment milestone.

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New £1.5m Speech, Language and Communication tool for young children under development

The development of a new tool to better identify Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) in children has been confirmed by the Welsh Government.

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Consultation launched on improving social care services.

Deputy Minister for Social Services, Julie Morgan has today [17th August] launched a consultation on improving the experiences for many people using health and social care services.   

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New plan to boost Welsh language in health and social care

A health and social care service in which people are actively offered their care in Welsh, is the ambition of a new plan launched by the Health Minister, Eluned Morgan today (2 August).

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Social work students to receive more financial support from September.

Social work students will be eligible for greater financial support from September as part of an extra £3.5 million package of support, the Deputy Minister for Social Services has announced.

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£7m Summer of Fun officially underway

The Welsh Government’s £7 million Summer of Fun returns for a second year to support children and young people across Wales.

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Unpaid carers urged to apply for their £500 payment

Unpaid carers are being urged to apply for a £500 payment to help with the increased cost of caring during the cost-of living-crisis.

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Unpaid carers urged to apply for their £500 payment

Unpaid carers in North Wales are being urged to apply for a £500 payment to help with the increased cost of caring during the cost-of living-crisis

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Unpaid carers urged to apply for their £500 payment

Unpaid carers in mid Wales are being urged to apply for a £500 payment to help with the increased cost of caring during the cost-of living-crisis

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Unpaid carers urged to apply for their £500 payment

Unpaid carers in south Wales are being urged to apply for a £500 payment to help with the increased cost of caring during the cost-of living-crisis.