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Vale Health Social Care & Wellbeing ebulletin 28.1.2021

Vale of Glamorgan news
Vale of Glamorgan residents are reminded that many library services are still available despite the buildings being closed to the public. Titles can be borrowed contactlessly, while a host of other services are also on offer. Read more
Councillor Ben Gray has welcomed the vaccine rollout in Vale of Glamorgan care homes, with every resident and member of staff set to be offered the jab by the end of January. Read more

Voluntary Sector news

As we are all aware, volunteers around the country have helped serve their local communities through the recent lockdowns and this has provided a crucial part of the national response to the pandemic.  Read more
Carers Trust South East Wales (CTSEW) will be offering a range of additional mental health and wellbeing support, available free of charge for carers of all ages across south east Wales until the end of March 2021. Read more
The [email protected] service is a light-touch resettlement service aimed at individuals aged 65+. We support older adults who are at risk of hospital admittance or who are returning home on discharge from hospital for a maximum of 14 days. Read more
Guidance to help with running your charity during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Read more
Click the link for the latest copy of Sylw http://www.wcb-ccd.org.uk/news.php Read more
Cardiff & Vale University Health Board
New figures show that emergency departments within Cardiff and Vale University Health Board remain under huge pressure. Read more
As a Health Board, our aim is to vaccinate as many eligible people as quickly and as safely as possible. We are following the Joint Committee for Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) priority groups and have plans in place working closely with our partners to vaccinate the top four priority groups in the first instance Read more
GP practices throughout Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan are now offering COVID-19 vaccinations to priority groups in the community. Read more
Cardiff and Vale Recovery & Wellbeing College is excited to announce the launch of its Spring Term Prospectus, offering 17 free courses on a range of mental health and wellbeing topics. Read more
Each week, we focus on the work that GP practices across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan are achieving as part of our Covid-19 mass vaccination programme with a round-up update. Read more
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and Hijinx have launched a new series of online training videos to help train health and social care staff to effectively communicate with, appropriately care for, and support people with learning disabilities and/or autism. Read more
Health & Wellbeing
Public Health Wales has produced information regarding the vaccine which is available on their website. Read more
Coronavirus Information and Advice Read more
Mental health services across Wales have remained available throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, with measures in place to reduce transmission of the virus and keep you, your loved ones and our staff safe. Read more
Latest statement Sunday 24th January 2021. Read more
We are pleased to publish the Annual Equality report for 2019 – 20. Read more
Welsh Government News
An extra £25m investment will help the NHS to continue the move to more digital services, Health and Social Services Minister Vaughan Gething said today. Read more
Training & Events
Learning Disability Wales (LDW) Course title: Making Information Easy Read & Understand level 1 Dates: 18 February Timings: 10 am to 12:30pm Venue: Online via Zoom Read more
Vacancies
37.5 hours per week, Salary £23,573 per annum, Closing date – 9am Monday 8th February 2021 Read more
Senior Mental Health Worker Salary £27,905 pa 37 hrs per week Closing Date: 4pm Monday 15th February 2021 Interviews via Zoom: Monday 22nd February 2020 Read more
Vacancy for a Volunteer Co-ordinator Read more

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