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New report - Digital Inclusion in Health and Care in Wales
Tangible benefits can be gained from using technology in health and care settings, such as reduced medication, loneliness and isolation – according to the report ‘Digital Inclusion in Health and Care in Wales’ that we’ve published with Carnegie Trust UKRead now
Woffington House is an innovative care home for seniors in Tredegar. The care home has developed a partnership with local primary schools, whereby schoolchildren visit residents on a...
Care to Co-operate has helped develop a new national co-operative, Men’s Sheds Cymru Association. Its members are local Men’s Sheds based in different communities across Wales helping people...
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How can the social economy play a greater role in a building a more prosperous and inclusive Wales?
A guest blog from Kate Carr, Director of Partnerships, Communications and Engagements at the Office of the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales.
The digital revolution of health and care services in Wales risks excluding the most vulnerable, says new report
As the NHS and social care sector in Wales progresses its digital transformation agenda, there is a real danger that those citizens most in need of accessing health services will be left behind, due to their lack of digital skills and access, says new report.
The foundational economy in Wales – briefly fading firework or key to inclusive economic growth?
At the recent Social Innovation in the Foundational Economy conference, Mark Drakeford, the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Finance, spoke about a pivotal moment for the foundational economy in Wales where there is a risk that the theory briefly blazes and fades like a firework.