Empowering citizen voice to shape and improve services

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WHAT WE DO

The Our Voice Matters project aims to give citizens an opportunity to inform and influence changes to the Health and Social Care Services they access across the Cwm Taf Morgannwg region. As highlighted within the Social Services and Wellbeing Act (Wales), 2014, the project champions engagement and co-production activities and promotes citizens access to having Voice, Choice and Control in a way that improves individual livelihoods and communities.

WHO WE WORK WITH

The Our Voice Matters project works with citizens within the following 5 identified target group categories:

Our Voice Matters person 1

Children and
Young People

working to give all children and young people a voice and opportunity to take ownership of their futures by tackling the issues that they face today.

Our Voice Matters person 2

Older
People

tackling loneliness and isolation for older people in our communities, especially those with complex needs such as Dementia.

Our Voice Matters person 3

Learning
Disabilities

empowering people with learning disabilities to speak up and be included in the decisions that impact their lives and the lives of others.

Our Voice Matters person 4

Mental
Health

helping people overcome the barriers that stop people with mental health illnesses engaging and living purposeful lives.

Our Voice Matters person 5

Parents
and Carers

creating opportunities for parents and carers to be heard and make a positive difference to their own lives as well as the lives of those they care for.

KINDNESS IN LOCKDOWN

As part of our #CTMLockdownVoices campaign we developed a co-produced arts project looking at what kindness means to citizens across Cwm Taf Morgannwg.

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Learning disabilitiesParents and carers
June 30, 2021

Accessible Communication Research

In January 2021, the Cwm Taf Morgannwg Regional Partnership Board commissioned Cwm Taf People First and the Our Voice Matters project to conduct a piece of research into the communication…
Learning disabilities
May 24, 2021

My Day My Way Project – Phase 1 Reports

The My Day My Way project was launched in November 2020 following the concerns and requests of people with a learning disability across the Cwm Taf Morgannwg region about their…
Learning disabilities
March 22, 2021

Cwm Taf People First – Learning Disability Charter

The Cwm Taf People First Learning Disability Charter was launched on Friday 19th March 2021.  The Charter is designed to hold professionals and services accountable to people with a learning…
Our Voice Matters logoLearning disabilitiesParents and carers
October 13, 2020

Hear Our Voice in Lockdown

As part of our project work through lockdown, we set up a number of different online/virtual meetings for people with learning disabilities and their parents and carers to meet with…