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Public Services Boards (PSBs) were established in each local authority area in Wales through the Well-being of Future Generations Act. Through the Vale PSB and its Well-being Plan partners are working together to improve the social, economic, cultural and environmental well-being of the Vale of Glamorgan.
The Council is one of four statutory partners of the PSB, the other three statutory partners are:
In addition to the statutory partners, a number of other partners have also accepted the invitation to be members of the the PSB and participate in its activities, these are:
In addition to the partners who make up the membership of the PSB, the Board works with a number of key strategic partnerships:
Through the Integrated Health and Social Care partnership, the Cardiff and Vale Regional Partnership Board (RPB) brings together colleagues who provide health and social care for the people of Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. The partnership seeks to improve services by working more closely together for groups of people in our communities including older people, children with complex needs, those with learning difficulties and those experiencing mental health issues. The RPB has been established through the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014; the sister Act of the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015. The PSB and RPB have, and continue to work in partnership to work towards improved well-being across the Vale.
Key Strategies and Policies:
The Safer Vale partnership is the Vale of Glamorgan's community safety partnership, it includes a mix of voluntary and community groups and statutory organisations supported by funding from the Office of the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner and the Welsh Government to address local crime and disorder reduction projects.
Working in Partnership with Older People
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