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6 May 2015

i’ll add useful resources here (and let me have things you’d want stored here too)

The Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014

Easy read and young people’s versions

an e resource to the changes under the act

Cardiff University’s School of Law and Politics has set up a free website which aims to support workers in this area and provide them with assistance on laws related to children’s services now, and in the future when the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014 comes into effect in April 2016.

A useful summary by Luke Clements


  1. Abyd Quinn-Aziz

    Great, thank you Aled, and you get the prize for first comment!!

  2. William Aled Jones

    Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act Information and Learning Hub

    This is an important and useful resource which is being developed by the Care Council and continuously updated.
    Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act Information and Learning Hub
    Main menu
    • Home
    • The Act
    • Learning Resources
    • News
    • Bulletins
    • Events
    • Contact Us

  3. Abyd Quinn-Aziz

    We also have Powerpoints on Part 5, Part 6, Part 9, Part 10

  4. Aled Jones & Mike Lewis

    A glossary of terms in Welsh for the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act and the regulation and inspection bill

    Social Services and Well Being Wales Act 2014

    Regulation and inspection Bill 2016

  5. George Owen

    Hi all,

    Thanks for the resources, but do you guys have anything I can use that’s relevant in 2018? I assume the aforementioned legislations are now void.

    • Abyd Quinn-Aziz

      Hi George, The law is current and practice continues to be developed in relation to this, so, none of the material is out of date, though it is dated. I’m assuming you’ll acknowledge where the material is from if you’re using it commercially.


  6. George Owen

    Thanks for the quick response, Abyd.

    I’m actually using the sources to gain a deeper understanding of the barriers to entry and potential hurdles for new staff going into Health & Social Care. I’m writing a series of informative blogs to help battle the reduction in applications for Social Care roles, so we can keep the younger generation interested in these vital roles! If I use any direct information from the material above then I will be sure to give credit to the author and yourself.

    Thanks again.

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