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View more details for consultation Developing and Expanding Shared Lives Services in Wrexham Developing and Expanding Shared Lives Services in Wrexham Wrexham County Borough Council 31 May 2017 13 Jul 2017
Why are we doing this?

Wrexham Adult Social Care Department is looking to expand the ways in which it provides support to people with eligible needs in Wrexham.

People who use our services tell us that they wish to be cared for within their own homes and communities, rather than in residential care. One of the services we currently provide to older people is called ‘Shared Lives, Day Support’, which provides day time support to a group of up to 3 people in the home of a registered Shared Lives Carer. Shared Lives Carers are registered to provide personal care, as well as befriending support and support people to access their local community. This service is currently available to people aged over 65 years of age.

We would like to expand this service, to enable greater numbers of people, across all our client groups to access the support it has to offer. We are also interested in developing an Adult Placement in Wrexham, which can be accessible to all persons with eligible social care needs. Adult Placement is where an individual lives, on either a temporary or permanent basis, with a Shared Lives Carer/ family. This type of service is often used as an alternative to residential care or to enable people to begin their independent living journey. There is currently no Adult Placement Scheme in Wrexham. Within this pack there are some information sheets which provide some brief information on what this type of service looks like, in terms of who can access it, and what it costs for the individual. 

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View more details for consultation Wrexham Participation Strategy Wrexham Participation Strategy Wrexham County Borough Council 04 Apr 2017 23 May 2017
Why are we doing this?

This consultation is a chance to give your opinion on the 2017 – 2020 Participation Strategy.  

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View more details for consultation Director of Social Services Annual report 2016/17 Director of Social Services Annual report 2016/17 Wrexham County Borough Council 06 Mar 2017 01 May 2017
Why are we doing this?
The Council is required to produce this report each year as part of the monitoring requirements of Social Services by Welsh Government and it is used by the regulator CSSIW to assist in completing its annual assessment of the service provided by the Council.
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View more details for consultation Perceptions of Safety - Wrexham 2016 Perceptions of Safety - Wrexham 2016 Wrexham Public Services Board 28 Nov 2016 03 Apr 2017
Why are we doing this?

Partnership Delivery Board Three (PDB3) brings agencies together with the over-arching aim of "Making Wrexham a place that’s safe and where everyone feels included”.

Whilst the multi-agency work undertaken by PDB3 is initially  informed by plans published by the North Wales Safer Communities Board and the North Wales Police & Crime Commissioner, we realise that local people are best placed to tell us whether we have got our priorities right.

By responding to this survey, you will help PDB3 to:   

  • Appraise our effectiveness 
  • Assess whether our multi-agency work is addressing the things that make local people feel unsafe
  • Identify where we can make the biggest strides towards achieving our aim
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View more details for consultation Respite and Short Term Breaks Respite and Short Term Breaks Wrexham County Borough Council 31 Jan 2017 31 Mar 2017
Why are we doing this?

Respite care and short term breaks form part of the overall support available for families and carers and can be offered in a variety of ways, whether it’s for a few hours, week, month or occasionally to help sustain caring relationships and prevent crisis.

For the purposes of this survey we will use the term respite care to mean any services or practical support that enable carers to have a break away from caring and provide the individual with a learning disability or complex needs with a break.

We use the term carer to mean someone whose caring role is unpaid – generally they are caring for a relative or a friend, such carers are also known as informal carers

Your answers to this survey will help us plan how we will meet the needs of people with a learning disability and their families across Wrexham, Flintshire, Conwy and Denbighshire.  Please complete this survey to help us improve the range of respite options available

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View more details for consultation Active Travel - Integrated Network Map Active Travel - Integrated Network Map Wrexham County Borough Council 16 Jan 2017 31 Mar 2017
Why are we doing this?

The Active Travel (Wales) Act places duties upon local councils in Wales to map, plan for, improve and promote opportunities for active travel.

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View more details for consultation Mapping the Armed Forces Community in Wrexham Mapping the Armed Forces Community in Wrexham Wrexham County Borough Council 28 Nov 2016 31 Mar 2017
Why are we doing this?

Since signing the Armed Forces Community Covenant (AFCC) in April 2013, partners in Wrexham are committed to ensuring Armed Forces personnel past and present, and their families, are in no way disadvantaged when it comes to accessing public and commercial services and opportunities, for example, employment, housing, education and health care.
 

This survey will help us to evidence how many people belong to Wrexham’s Armed Forces Community, and how they wish to be served by the Covenant.     

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View more details for consultation Consultation on the development of the children’s wellbeing area of Dewis Consultation on the development of the children’s wellbeing area of Dewis Wrexham County Borough Council 25 Jan 2017 28 Feb 2017
Why are we doing this?

The Dewis Cymru website https://www.dewis.wales/ contains national information pages and an all sector resource ‘directory of services’ which aims to provide information about how people can maintain or improve their well-being, and about organisations which can help them.

 Currently, Dewis Cymru mostly holds well-being information for adults. The current section titled ‘children and families’ contains a relatively small amount of information for parents, families and those who work with them.

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View more details for consultation Proposal to change the language medium Cynddelw CP, Glyn Ceiriog Proposal to change the language medium Cynddelw CP, Glyn Ceiriog Wrexham County Borough Council 09 Jan 2017 20 Feb 2017
Why are we doing this?

This consultation is an opportunity for staff, parents, stakeholders and the wider community to learn about the school organisation proposals put forward in your area.

Wrexham County Borough Council wishes to seek the views of interested parties regarding the proposal to change the language medium at Cynddelw Primary (CP) School from the September 2018.

This consultation document sets out information which consultees will need to consider to take part fully in the consultation process. The process follows regulatory guidance as set out in the School Organisation Code 2013.

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View more details for consultation Welsh in Education Strategic Plan (WESP) Welsh in Education Strategic Plan (WESP) Wrexham County Borough Council 05 Dec 2016 30 Jan 2017
Why are we doing this?

Every local authority has the statutory obligation to develop and publish a Welsh in Education Strategic Plan (WESP) which responds to seven Ministerial Priorities (Outcomes) and explains how they will develop and increase the number of Welsh speakers across the whole education sector.

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