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Up to £30m investment in community care to reduce pressure on hospitals
The Welsh Government will invest up to £30m to deliver more care at home or in the community and reduce the time people spend in hospitals.
Older People’s Champions helping to create an Age Friendly Wales
Every local authority in Wales now has an Older People’s Champion to help deliver the Welsh Government’s ambition to create an Age Friendly Wales, the Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan has announced.
Welsh Government achieves Fostering Friendly status
The Welsh Government has become the first full government in the UK to achieve Fostering Friendly status, Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan has announced at the start of Foster Care Fortnight™ 2023.
Anti-racist training launched for childcare and playwork professionals
New high quality, free, diversity and anti-racist professional learning (DARPL) provision and resources are now available for practitioners working with babies and young children providing childcare, play and nursery education, Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan has announced.
Twenty-four hour listening line now offering support to families living with neurodivergent conditions
Families living with autism and other neurodivergent conditions can now access 24 hour support and advice, the Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan has announced.
Young researchers praised for work on United Nations report about rights of children in Wales
A group of young researchers have been praised for their work on a report to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child about the experiences of young people and their human rights in Wales, by the Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan.
People affected by historic adoption practices welcomed to Senedd for Welsh Government apology
People affected by the historical practice of forced adoption have been welcomed to the Senedd by the Deputy Minister for Social Services, Julie Morgan, for an apology on behalf of the Welsh Government for the societal failures that led to these historical practices.
‘We must make time to support young carers’
“It is essential that unpaid carers are supported to prioritise their own health and well-being alongside caring.”
Views sought on a new review process following a person’s harm or death
A public consultation seeking views on making the review process following a person’s death easier and quicker for families has opened.
More two-year-olds across Wales to benefit from funded childcare with further £10 million investment
More two-year olds in Wales are set to benefit from funded childcare as scheme expands with £10 million of further Welsh Government funding.
Almost two thirds of people disagree with the physical punishment of children
The Deputy Minister for Social Services, Julie Morgan has welcomed the findings of a survey into how public attitudes towards physically punishing children in Wales have changed since the introduction of new legislation.
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.