Lysaght Institute Orb Drive Newport NP19 0XB
Magic Moments and the Power of Storytelling in Home Care
Developing outcome based practice through the uncovering and sharing of kind, compassionate and heart-warming stories.
With Nick Andrews, Wales School for Social Care Research
This is a free event aimed direct care staff and senior staff working in the independent adult domiciliary care sector as well as local authority commissioners of adult domiciliary care.
This is an opportunity for front line staff to highlight what really makes a difference in care, so please do encourage individuals to bring and share their stories.
Organizer of Magic Moments in Homecare
Wales School for Social Care Research aims to:
- to lead and promote the development of a culture of research-mindedness, evidence-enhanced practice, and research activity in social care services in Wales;
- to facilitate the development of social care research capacity in both practice and academia;
- to identify social care research priorities and knowledge gaps in Wales, and to assist the sector to address those areas;
- to lead by example in facilitating, developing, and championing innovative and fully-embedded public involvement in social care research in Wales.
The Gwent Regional Partnership Team was established in 2016 under the auspices of Part 9 of the Social Services and Well-Being (Wales) Act 2014. The role of the partnership is to oversee the development and performance of regional collaboration between the partners; principally the 5 local authorities and the health board, but also 3rdand independent sectors.