Half of Welsh population unprepared for old age

Welsh Government research has found that over half of population of Wales is not making any provision for their old age.

Adopt social model to deal with mental health

Social workers are urging the government and NHS to promote the social model of health within new mental health legislation.

Children with Type 2 diabetes rises by nearly half

The number of young people being treated for Type 2 diabetes has risen by nearly 50 per cent in just five years.

£135 million investment in health research

The NHS will form new partnerships to solve some of the biggest issues facing health and social care over the next five years.

Use retirement communities to meet housing needs

Retirement communities have a major role to play in meeting the housing and care needs of our ageing population.

£15bn of dementia patient money spent on social care

People living with dementia have had to spend almost £15bn of their own money on social care since March 2017.

Care providers call for Green Paper to be scrapped

Care providers are claiming that the government should scrap the long-delayed Green Paper on care and take immediate action instead.

Plough money into social care, not tax cuts

Tax cuts for the rich have deprived the UK public of almost £14bn - which could fund plans to address the social care crisis for two full years.

Illegal levels of air pollution in Birmingham shortening lives

Primary school children who grow up in Birmingham could lose half a year of their lives due to illegal levels of air pollution in the city.

Lords warns government to act now on social care

The Economic Affairs Committee recommends the government spend at least £8 billion to restore social care to acceptable standards.

Ten-week deadline urged for social care green paper

The new Prime Minister must publish the long-awaited adult social care green paper before Parliament goes into recess in September.

Most high-rise social housing blocks still without sprinklers

Labour finds the vast majority of social housing tower blocks in England are still without life-saving sprinkler systems.

Health and wellbeing boards achieving their goals

Health and wellbeing boards are achieving their goal to help people lead healthier and happier lives in their communities.

Three in five young people experience mental health problems

59 per cent of young people have either experienced a mental health problem themselves, or are close to someone who has.

Three quarters of MPs likely to have ‘poor mental health’

A Westminster-focused study has revealed that three out of four MPs probably or definitely suffer from poor mental health.


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It is no mystery that there is a huge task at hand to solve the growing problems of waste, inefficient resources, and the disposal of hazardous materials as our communities develop.

You are invited to this unique annual exhibition that brings together all the disciplines from the emergency services sector who are involved in prevention, response and recovery. 

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