SOCIAL SERVICES AND WELL-BEING ACT EVALUATION
The Welsh Government has commissioned a partnership between leading academics across four universities in Wales and expert advisers to deliver the evaluation of the ground-breaking Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014.
The project will deliver an independent and objective assessment of the implementation of the Act and the way in which it has impacted on the well-being of people who need care and support, and their carers. The approach of the team is to examine the implementation and impact of the Act through its five principles – voice and control, well-being, co-production, multi-agency working, and prevention and early intervention – and the financial implications of each.
We are currently undertaking the process evaluation phase of the study which aims to understand the process of how the Social Services and Well-being Act has been/is being implemented and delivered at a national, regional and local level. It will consider the role that the wide range of organisations that are impacted by the Act have had in this implementation, and identify factors that have helped or hindered its effectiveness.
(For more information about the Act, click here: https://socialcare.wales/hub/sswbact)
PLEASE COMPLETE THE PRO FORMA BY WEDNESDAY 8th APRIL 2020.