The West Wales Care Partnership (WWCP) has been established to oversee the continued transformation and integration of health, social care and wellbeing services in the West Wales area. The Partnership brings together the three local authorities in West Wales (Carmarthenshire County Council, Ceredigion Council and Pembrokeshire County Council), Hywel Dda University Health Board and representatives of the third and independent sector. A Regional Partnership Board has been established to meet the requirements of the Social Services and Wellbeing (Wales) Act 2014. Users of care and support services also sit on the Board, along with a carer representative.
Developed in partnership with Data Unit Wales, the Portal contains an on-line version of our Area Plan, ‘Delivering Change Together’ and key facts from our first Population Assessment, undertaken in 2016-17. A range of performance, service and demographic data also features within the Portal, providing a useful tool for partners in planning services and monitoring the impact of the changes we are making.
West Wales Regional Partnership Board Annual Report 2021-22
Please see below the Seventh Annual Report of the West Wales Care Partnership (WWCP).
Population Needs Assessment – Report, June 2022
This Population Assessment provides a high-level strategic analysis of care and support needs of citizens and support needs of carers across West Wales. It can be found here.
West Wales Care Partnership Dementia Strategy
The West Wales Care Partnership Dementia Strategy is nearing the final stages of endorsement by the statutory agencies delivering care and support across the region. Having been endorsed by Hywel Dda University Health Board and the Regional Partnership Board, the strategy will be considered by the three County Councils on resumption of business following the recent elections. A final draft of the strategy can be found here.
West Wales Market Stability Report (MSR)
This is the first regional Market Stability Report (MSR) for West Wales. The MSR was commissioned by the West Wales Care Partnership (WWCP) which brings together partners from local government, the NHS, third and independent sectors with users and carers with the aim of transforming care and support services in the region.
This is being published subject to formal approval by the newly constituted councils within our region.
‘A Healthier Wales: Our Plan for Health and Social Care’
In June 2018 Welsh Government published ‘A Healthier Wales’, which sets out a national programme for the ongoing transformation of health and social care. The Plan addresses key findings from the recent Parliamentary Review of Health and Care in Wales. £100 million will be available across Wales over the next two years via a Transformation Fund to support changes at national, regional and local level.
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