Co-production is a word lots of people say, but what does it mean, and how can we do it effectively in Cwm Taf Morgannwg?
What is the difference between co-production and community engagement?
Jenny Mushiringani Monjero, Regional Co-Production and Engagement Co-Ordinator for the Cwm Taf Morgannwg Regional Partnership Board explains.
Receiving a dementia diagnosis can be scary. However, the earlier somebody is diagnosed, the earlier they can access the right support and treatment. Lowri shares advice on what to do if you are worried about yourself and loved one, and what to expect from seeking support.
Below we meet Richard, whose mother Peggy was diagnosed with dementia in 2021. Richard tells us about the diagnosis, and what support they have received since.
Below we speak with Rob Richards, Lead Nurse in mental health for Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board. We caught up with Rob to learn a little more about his experiences working in dementia care.
Meet Lowri, our Dementia Programme Manager.
Read Lowri’s blog about her work, and why she feels working towards the All Wales Dementia Care Pathway of Standards is so important for our communities.
A unique training and residential centre in Merthyr Tydfil was officially opened today (22 March, 2023) by Welsh Government Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan MS.
A new campaign has launched today to raise standards and improve dementia care across Rhondda Cynon Taf, Bridgend and Merthyr Tydfil.
We are pleased to welcome Councillor Jane Gebbie as Chair of the Cwm Taf Morgannwg Regional Partnership Board.
Ashley Bale, from Pontypridd, has developed an award-winning social app for people with learning disabilities. In this blog, Ashley shares why he believes innovation has an important role to play in making a difference to people’s lives.
Marking the start of Children’s Mental Health Week, the ‘Step Up’ challenge will see teens tracking 12.5K steps, the equivalent to 10km, in return for points to spend on wellbeing activities or healthy food.