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Section highlightLandfill Disposals Tax Communities Scheme
The scheme will support local community and environmental projects in areas affected by the disposal of waste to landfill.
Final Budget 2017-18 »
The amount of funding allocated to Welsh Government Main Expenditure Groups (MEGs) for 2017-18 is £15bn.Learn more »
- Statistics & Research
Social Services reports
Policy development in social services
A review of the neglect of older people living in care homes investigated as Operation Jasmine.
The Welsh Government commissioned Bristol University to undertake research into adoption disruption in Wales.
The report details the roles and responsibilities of CSSIW in relation to other statutory bodies.
We have commissioned this report from Cardiff University to provide detailed information on the structure, provision and management of post adoption services throughout Wales.
This report looks at what motivates people to become foster carers.
This report considers how well-being can be measured, by looking at existing opportunities and identifying key areas that could be built upon.
Providing expert advice to the Welsh Government on strengthening safeguarding arrangements for adults and children in Wales.
Looks at the recommendations of the Commission on funding of care and support in England and their appropriateness for Wales.
The report outlines staff training and development across the social care sector.
The Welsh Government has undertaken research into the ways disabled people and older people use their welfare benefits.
An evaluation report on the Swansea Children's Social Services Intervention - April 2009 to October 2010.
Focusing on the importance of language in maintaining dignity in care, particularly in the care of the older person and those with dementia.
A report by the Bevan Commission 2008 - 2011.
The group was commissioned by the Deputy Minister for Social Services.
This report recommends how existing adult protection arrangements in Wales should be strengthened.
A report produced by the Adult Task and Finish Group.
This report was prepared by the Universities of Bangor and Glamorgan. It was commissioned by the Welsh Assembly Government and published in February 2010.
The Welsh Assembly Government have commissioned an independent review of the Social Services complaints process.
In October 2007 the Welsh Assembly Government commissioned a report on the implementation of the current Direct Payments Scheme in Wales.
View the latest information on the take up of direct payments in Wales.
The report of the adults with autism conference held on 10th and 11th June 2010.
This report provides advice to Welsh Ministers on improving protection for service users and Adult Placement Carers and their families.
The Care Council for Wales (CCW) has very successfully set itself up and delivered major outputs. This has created a significant and important record of achievements and provided a good basis for its future work.
The report of the independent commission on Social Services in Wales.
The University of Glamorgan's report on their independent review of the Welsh Assembly Government's vulnerable adult’s statutory guidance ‘In Safe Hands’ is published here.
The Welsh Assembly Government commissioned an Independent Review of Delayed Transfers of Care in Wales which was undertaken by the Welsh Institute for Health and Social Care, University of Glamorgan.