Care Providers give critical support to the most at-risk citizens in our communities, and the leadership of social care in Wales is proud for your continued commitment and hard work.
Getting support for recovery from COVID-19 (long COVID)
Support available to people with long COVID
Guidance on children and young people’s parties: coronavirus
What you should do if you are organising or hosting a party for children.
All Wales Community Pathway For Long COVID
A framework for health boards to ensure a consistent approach to the development of local pathways for long COVID.
Economy Minister confirms further Welsh Government support for businesses impacted by phased move to alert level 1
Businesses in Wales materially affected by the phased move to alert level 1, such as indoor attractions and wedding venues, will receive £2.5 million in further support from Welsh Government, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething, has announced today.
Get rapid lateral flow COVID-19 tests if you do not have symptoms
How to get regular COVID-19 lateral flow tests to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus restrictions review 22 April 2021: summary impact assessment
An impact assessment on measures to manage COVID-19.
Covid hubs in North Wales offering support to the hardest hit
Hubs offering holistic support to people who need to self-isolate and to those hit hardest by the pandemic are being rolled out in a pilot scheme across five areas in North Wales.
Creating COVID-aware events
Guidance for event organisers of regulated gatherings during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Supported living guidance: coronavirus
How people in supported living can see family and friends and stay safe with their support and care workers.
Employees Assistance Programme
The employee assistance programme (EAP) has been in place since 4 December 2021, offering a range of well-being support to those employed in the social care workforce in the private and voluntary sectors in Wales.
National Commissioning Board
Royal College of Nursing Wales
RCN Wales Nurse of the Year Awards 2021
This past year health care has faced one of most challenging times in history. RCN Wales Nurse of the Year Awards are back to showcase how valuable the nursing contribution is within health care in Wales. Our awards acknowledge the outstanding efforts, commitment and achievements made by the whole of the nursing community.
Do you know the next RCN Wales Nurse of the year 2021? If so, celebrate their achievement, share their story and give them the recognition they deserve.
You can complete an online nomination form via the RCN Wales website: https://www.rcn.org.uk/wales/get-involved/awards
Closing date for entries is 30th June 2021.
For more details, please see the attached information flyers.
We look forward to receiving your entries - GOOD LUCK!