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The Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan makes personal apology to those affected by historic adoption practices.
Julie Morgan, the Deputy Minister for Social Services has made a personal apology for the suffering of those affected by the historical practice of forced adoption in the 1950, 60s and 70s.
Health Minister Eluned Morgan and WLGA leader Andrew Morgan have announced more than 500 extra step-down beds and community care packages for Wales this winter, to help people get care closer to home and free up hospital beds.
The Welsh Government will publish its draft Budget later today, including funding to ensure social care workers continue to receive the real living wage.
The first ever summit for children and young people in care and care leavers in Wales will take place today (Saturday 3rd December).
A new Welsh Government grant scheme to support energy efficiency improvements and decarbonisation across Residential Social Care providers, which will help the sector deal with the cost of energy crisis, has been launched and is now open for applications, Ministers announced today [23 November].
A new national digital service which will streamline the Childcare Offer for parents and childcare providers has launched.
A sensory garden, four new bedrooms and a new wellbeing area are being built at Hafan Deg Care Home in Lampeter to improve care for residents with dementia, thanks to a £460,000 Welsh Government investment.
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.
The first ever festival for young carers in Wales is taking place this week [23-25 August].
“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.
The development of a new tool to better identify Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) in children has been confirmed by the Welsh Government.
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.