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The Duchess of Cambridge will visit Wales today for her first engagements with Action for Children since becoming the charity's patron. Kate became patron of the charity, which cares for disadvantaged children from across the UK, in December - following on from the Queen. The organisation helps all types of…
Wales Health Secretary, Vaughan Gething, has announced a £95 million package to support a range of education and training programmes for healthcare professionals in Wales. This investment aims to support a range of healthcare training opportunities and will enable more than 3000 new students to join those already studying healthcare…
Too many people are being diagnosed with cancer at a late stage, according to a report into services for sufferers in Wales. The Welsh Government's 2016 Cancer Annual Report, which looked at NHS cancer services provided across the country, highlighted several improvements - including increasing survival rates - but also…
A Wrexham residential child care worker has been given a two-year suspension order for failing to hand over cash donations for the Nightingale House Hospice charity within a reasonable timescale. Samantha Clarke received the suspension order after a three-day Care Council Fitness to Practise hearing at Beaufort Park Hotel in…
The new test website for Social Care Wales has been launched ahead of the new organisation starting work on 3 April 2017. Social Care Wales will bring together the Care Council and the Social Services Improvement Agency and be responsible for leading and supporting the improvement of early years and…
Good work found but more joint working is needed in adult services at Credigion County Council, according to the latest inspection by the Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW). CSSIW inspected Ceredigion adult services in October 2016 and looked at outcomes for people and their carers that access information,…
A petition calling for tougher sentences for sex offenders set up by the family of murdered April Jones has attracted more than 100,000 signatures. The family is campaigning for "April's Law", calling for sex offenders to remain on the register for life no matter what their crime. They also want…
BBC Wales investigative series, Week In Week Out, are looking for people to talk to and possibly interview who are currently trying to get domiciliary care, but are unable to do so. This could be for several reasons: They could be in hospital and ready to be discharged, but are…
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