Voice and Control: Research to support the Final Report of the Evaluation of the Social Services and Wellbeing (Wales) Act 2014

Mark Llewellyn*, Roiyah Saltus, Wahida Kent

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

This report, focusing on the principle of voice and control, draws material from a number of reports already published across the study in order to focus in on this area:

1. insights from the published literature review;
2. evidence from service user and carer perspectives, particularly from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people, and from those with sensory loss;
3. workforce perspectives on how the principle of voice and control operates across social services; and
4. evidence from a research study on the experiences of Personal Assistants (PAs) who are employed to support people with Direct Payments.10

The report will primarily focus on voice and control, but there may
be reference to the ways in which some of the other principles of the Act (coproduction, prevention and early intervention, multi-agency working and well-being) inter-relate with voice and control in the evidence considered here.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWales
Number of pages26
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-80535-344-7
Publication statusPublished - 30 Mar 2023

Keywords

  • voice and control
  • wellbeing
  • Welsh Government
  • racialised groups
  • service evaluation
  • Social policy

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