The West Glamorgan Regional Partnership is a collaborative Health and Social Care initiative comprising:
- Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council
- Swansea Council
- Swansea Bay University Health Board
- Organisations in the Third and Independent Sectors
- Citizen and Carer representatives.
Formerly known as ‘Western Bay’, the collaborative was established in 2012 with the purpose of integrating services more effectively. Its aim is to explore new and innovative ways of working to ensure services are sustainable in the face of growing demand and a challenging financial climate.
The West Glamorgan Regional Partnership now focuses on three areas of ‘transformation’, all with associated projects and work streams being delivered in the context of the Social Services and Wellbeing (Wales) Act 2014.
- The Adult’s Transformation Board (the key priorities of which include Older Adults, the Commissioning for Complex Needs Programme, Dementia, the Mental Health Strategic Framework, the Learning Disability Strategic Framework).
- The Children and Young Adults’ Transformation Board (key priorities of which include the Multi Agency Placement Support Service, Children with Complex Needs and the Regional Strategic Development Plan).
- The Integrated Transformation Board (the key priorities of which include Carers, Digital Transformation, Transformation in Networks and the Welsh Community Care Information System).
For further information, please contact the West Glamorgan Transformation Office on 01792 633805 or email firstname.lastname@example.org