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Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan Integrated Health and Social Care Partnership

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board is part of a Regional Partnership Board established under the requirements of the Social Services and Well-being Act 2014.  The purpose is to manage and develop services to secure better joint working between local health boards, local authorities, third sector, independent sector and carer representatives; and to ensure effective services, care and support to best meet the needs of our population.

The objective of the Board is to ensure partnership bodies work effectively together to:

  • Respond to the Population Needs Assessment undertaken to review care and support needs, support for carers and preventative services across the region;
  • Ensure partnership bodies provide sufficient resources for the partnership arrangements;
  • Promote the establishment of pooled budgets where appropriate.
  • Prioritise the integration of services in relation to: 
    • Older people with complex needs and long term conditions, including dementia
    • Carers, including young carers
    • Integrated Family Support Services
    • Children with complex needs due to disability or illness

To see the Terms of Reference and Membership of the Board, please visit the Partnership website at

To find out more about work that is being undertaken, read the Board’s Annual Reports:

You can also hear the partners talking about health and social care integration on YouTube.

For more information, please contact the Partnership Secretariat by emailing or telephone 029 2184 2150

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