Our latest publications on all aspects relating to older people in Wales are posted here.
Partnership and progress are the terms that mark this 6th Annual Report on the Strategy for Older People in Wales and is the first one for this 2nd phase of the Strategy.
The objective of the work reported here was to undertake a review on the National Partner Organisations for Phase 1 of the Strategy for Older People in Wales.
The aim of intergenerational work is to find ways to develop and strengthen relationships across the generations.
Learning is key to personal and economic development. It doesn’t need to end when you leave school, as learning is for life.
Are you finding it difficult to look after yourself at home? It might have happened to you gradually. Or maybe you have had a sudden illness or accident. Either way - whether you are still at home or having a spell in hospital - this guide is for you.
This document outlines the key objectives for the second five years of our ten-year Strategy.
This Healthy Ageing Action Plan forms part of a continuum of Welsh Assembly Government initiatives to promote the health of mothers and babies, children, young people and adults of working age. It spans the age range of 50 and over, recognising that some elements of healthy ageing begin at around t ...
This report presents a range of statistics on older people - mainly people over the age of 50. It compares their health and their social and economic circumstances with those of people in younger age groups.
The Carers’ Strategy for Wales Action Plan 2007 fulfils our commitment in “Fulfilled Lives, Supportive Communities” to develop a refocused and contemporary Carers’ Strategy.
The National Service Framework for Older People in Wales sets national standards designed to ensure that as we grow older we are enabled to maintain our health, well being and independence for as long as possible, and receive prompt, seamless, quality treatment and support when required.
This report presents a range of statistics on older people - mainly people over the age of fifty. It compares their health and their social and economic circumstances with those of people in younger age groups.
This Strategy is the product of extensive consultation, research and expert views about the lives of older people in Wales both now and in the future.
The Report makes over a hundred recommendations covering all of the Assembly Government’s responsibilities and beyond.