County Voice


Your Voice Matters!

Do you use or provide care and support services in North Wales? If so, we would like to know what you think about the care and support available at the moment and how it could be improved.

The Population Needs Assessment (PNA) assesses the health, care and support needs of the population primarily those in care and support including help with day-to-day living due to physical or mental illness or disability for people of all ages. It also includes children and young people with experience of foster care or adoption as well as unpaid carers who provide support to family or friends. The PNA is the foundation on which the North Wales Regional Partnership Board (NWRPB) plan and make decisions through a reliable, clear and specific evidence base of needs and service provision.

The voice of the public and providers, from individuals, to groups and organisations, is vital to this work to be given the opportunity to fully articulate their perceptions of services and needs. The information provided will be used to improve health and social care services across North Wales.

The English and Welsh surveys will be shared through a variety of different networks to ensure we reach as many people as possible. Our survey is available online at with alternative versions in EasyRead; children and young people’s version; print or British Sign Language version. If you would like to contact us using a British Sign Language interpreter, you can do so using the InterpretersLive! service, provided by Sign Solutions.

Alternatively, if you would prefer to answer the questions over the phone (in English or Welsh), please contact Eluned Yaxley on 01824 712041.

For more information about the NWRPB and how to get involved in engagement activities across North Wales please visit the regional website

Email: or telephone 01824 712432

Denbighshire Carers to take on walking challenge to celebrate working in care

Care Workers from across the Council will be taking on their very own three peaks challenge later this month.  They will be walking three of the toughest walks in Denbighshire; Gwaenyesgor, Moel Fammau and Castell Dinas Bran in Llangollen. 

The aim of the walk is to highlight and celebrate the role of carers in Denbighshire, supporting the WeCare Wales campaign being run by Social Care Wales.  They will also be raising money for the Alzheimer’s society through a just giving page.  Staff from all different roles across Denbighshire will be taking part in the walk including, carers, support workers, domestics, seniors and managers. 

If you would like to contribute towards a worthy cause, we have a Just Giving page

The message is a simple one – Working is care is a rewarding career choice with lots of opportunities. 

If you are interested in working in care in Denbighshire please contact by email or phone or 01824 706200 with the reference WeCare Recruitment. 

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