We bring people together to deliver on regional priorities that will improve health and social care for adults.

How we are making a difference to the lives of adults.

Our purpose

The Cwm Taf Morgannwg Adult Services Programme Board oversees the transformation, development and delivery of identified regional adult services.

Who we are

Our members include people from health, social services, the third sector, education and housing.

We will oversee the delivery of the regional priorities to ensure services and support meet the needs of adults living across the region.

How will we do this?

We will do this by monitoring progress of the services in scope; ensuring services deliver outcomes to adults; monitor budgets and ensure Value for Money is being achieved and identify genuine opportunities for the commissioning of services that benefit adults.

How does the Adult's Services Board work?

We have put together a visual representation of the board so you can see how it is structured.

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Our priorities - what are we focusing on for the next five years?


We know living with dementia can be challenging, and we want to ensure people living with dementia feel supported and listened to.

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Unpaid carers

We aim to ensure unpaid carers feel listened to and understood, and have access to up-to-date information, advice and services such as support groups.

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Mental health

We are looking at ways to support the mental health of people living in CTM. This includes improving systems to provide better services, and remove barriers and inequalities.

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Learning disabilities

We know people experience learning disabilities in many different ways; and we aim to ensure their voices are heard so they can have greater ownership and control over their lives.

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Older people

We are ensuring older people have the right information, advice and services, so they can make informed choices about their health & social care, and stay living independently for as long as possible.

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We are working in partnership with health, local authorities, the third sector, the Integrated Autism Service and The National Autism Team to improve services and support for neurodivergent people.

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People with sensory impairments and disabilities

We want to ensure people with physical disabilities and sensory impairments (reduced or loss of sight, hearing or both) are empowered to make choices and feel part of their communities.

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See how we work with partners and communities to make Cwm Taf Morgannwg a good place to live. You can read our values here.

Areas of work

Our priority areas are people with learning disabilities & autism; people with mental health problems; children & young people; unpaid carers; older people & dementia and physical disabilities and sensory impairment.

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Our partners

We bring together people who work in health, social care, education, the third sector, housing and the private sector.

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Our people

We bring together people from across Cwm Taf Morgannwg to look at how we can improve services.

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Useful documents

Here you can find meeting minutes, and other documents which will keep you informed with the work we do and decisions we make.

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We are proud to be members of
Co-Production Network for Wales.

We are proud to be members of
Co-Production Network for Wales.