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Powys Advocacy Network

Powys Advocacy Network was launched with the aim of promoting closer collaboration across organisations whose primary purpose is the delivery of an advocacy service or who provide a range of services including advocacy. Network members provide information, advice and updates on what is happening in Advocacy across Powys, across all ages. Membership includes Mental Health Advocacy, Children's Advocacy, Adults and Older Adults (including those people living with Learning Disabilities, Unpaid Carers and Dementia). The Network meets on a quarterly basis across Powys. The Network is chaired and administered by Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations (PAVO).

Dates for Network Meetings

You can read the notes/minutes from the previous meetings here:

30 January 2017 - Co-commissioning/Co-production Advocacy Workshop

16 May 2017

7 September 2017

4 December 2017 - postponed

29 January 2018

26 March 2018

1 May 2018

Other Useful Information:

PIAS Steering Group TofR (20.02.18)

Powys IAS Action Plan V4 (31.01.18)

PIAS Presentation (updated 31.01.18)

Developing the Advocacy Approach RPB paper

Powys Advocacy Survey Returns

Age Cymru Independent Professional Advocacy booklet

Code of Practice - Advocacy under the Social Services and Well-being Act (2014).

Francis Report

Safeguarding information

Age Cymru Golden Thread Advocacy Programme leaflet

Golden Threads Advocacy Programme Presentation

Nursing Collaborative

First meeting was held with third sector, private sector and health board colleagues exploring the needs to:

1. Overcome issues relating to nursing recruitment, share learning and/or possible processes

2. Share best practice, through rotation of staff, action learning sets, regular meetings

3. Share training as part of Nursing Revalidation, but also in general for updating/learning new skills. Explore synergies around eLearning packages. There are local nurses who have specific/advanced skills (some of whom are in the 3rd sector. Explore how these skills can be utilised/shared.

4. Explore closer collaboration between District Nurses/Practice Nurses with other nursing colleagues across Powys.

5. Explore the needs around clinical and peer supervision, whether this is within a group or 1:1. This links with sharing best practice but also underpins the principles within Nursing Revalidation.

28 February 2017

25 April 2017

24 July 2017 - postponed

26 September 2017

6 December 2017

 

 

Befriending Network

29 January 2018

1 March 2018

Feasibility and Business Case for Powys Befrienders Service

Dementia Network

Next Meeting 24 April 2018

 

Public Health Wales Dementia: Reduce your risk leaflet

 

 

 

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