Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Note-taking at participative events


Mindfulness Meditation - Crossgates

Would you like to try some mindfulness meditation?

Mindfulness is proven to help with stress, anxiety and depression and can have a positive effect on physical health.

It's simple, you can practise it anywhere - and the results can be life-changing.

Mid Powys Mind is running a mindfulness course, starting on:

Mondays from 2 Oct to 4 December 10.30am-1.00pm

All sessions at Crossgates Community Centre. There will be one week break and one Saturday (25/11). Cost per session: £3 Mid Powys Mind Members; £5 non-members or £23 for all essions if paid in advance

For more infomration or to register for the course contact Mid Powys Mind on 01597 824411 or admin@midpowysmind.org.uk

Working in Partnership to Tackle Alcohol Dependency and Abuse: Harm Prevention, Treatment and Recovery

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London
Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Event DetailsWebsiteRegister to Attend

Monday, 18 September 2017

Tenders invited - Day Time Activities/Care for Older People including those with dementia & neurological condition

Published by: Powys County Council Reference No: SEP214299

Publication Date: 11/09/2017 Deadline Date: 06/10/2017 Deadline Time: 12:00

Notice Type: Contract Notice Has Documents: No

Abstract: Powys County Council (“the Council”), invites tenders from suitably qualified and experienced providers to be awarded a Contract for the Provision of Day Time Activities / Care for Older People including those with dementia and neurological conditions.
The duration of the Contract will be for 3 years with an option to extend for up to a further 1 year plus 1 year at the Council’s discretion.
The purpose of this tender exercise is to put in place a Contract with a sole provider for the Provision of Day Time Activities / Care for Older People including those with dementia and neurological conditions as described in the Service Specification.
The Service Provider, (or sub-contractor engaged by the Service Provider) to provide personal care must be registered for the delivery of Domiciliary Care with the Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales, (CSSIW).
Please note this procurement is being conducted under the Light Touch regime under schedule 3 of the public contracts regulations 2015.

Day Time Activities / Care for Older People including those with dementia and neurological condition

Guto Carrod at Business Wales who can support organisations with the process.

Friday, 15 September 2017

Welsh Government white paper consultation events in Powys

Consulting on proposals to:
  • strengthen leadership in NHS organisations
  • introduce new duties of quality and openness 
  • strengthen the voice of citizens in the way health and social care is planned and provided
  • design a clearer process for service change plans
  • improve the legal framework for the inspection and regulation of health services 
  • establish a new independent body for patient voice and regulation and inspection.
Informal focus group events to get the opinions of service users are being set up as shown below:
They will be suitable for ages 14+ and last 3 hours.

If you are interested in attending, please email: hello@noreenblanluet.co.uk
Tuesday 19th September (2pm-5pm)
Caia Park Partnership, CAIA Park Centre, Prince Charles Road, Wrexham, LL13 8TH

Friday 22nd September (9am-12 noon)
Theatr Brycheiniog, Canal Wharf, Brecon LD3 7EW

Thursday 28th September (1.30-4.30)
COWSHACC (1st Clive's Own Welshpool Scout Headquarters & Community Centre), Oldford Lane, Welshpool SY21 7TE

For more information contact  Bethan on 07787 111 791 or bethan@tideconsultancy.co.uk


Comments can also be emailed directly to HQDMailbox@wales.gsi.gov.uk

Powys Regional Partnership Board Governance Structure

26Partnership Group
Chair/Co Chair
Lead Officer
Children’s Partnership Group
(Start Well)
Director of Nursing
(Rhiannon Jones)

Director of Education
(Ian Budd)
Senior Partnership Manager - CYPP
(Shelley Davies)
Mental Health Partnership
(Live Well)
Director of Primary and Community Care
(Alan Lawrie)
Head of Adult Social Care
(Louise Barry)
Mental Health Partnership Manager
(Louisa Kerr)
Disability Partnership Group
(Live Well)
Head of Adult Social Care (Louise Barry)
Director of Therapies
(David Murphy)
Strategic Commissioning Manager (Live Well)

Older Peoples Partnership Group
(Age Well)
Head of Transformation – Adult Services
(Dylan Owen)
Deputy Director of Primary, Community and Mental Health Services
(Andrew Evans)
Strategic Commissioning Manager ( Age Well)
(Lee Anderson)

Four Consultations - have your say

Services Fit for the Future

Parliamentary Review of Health and Care http://gov.wales/topics/health/nhswales/review/?lang=en