Mental health problems can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, gender or social background.
The Wellbeing Symposium 2018 aims to make health and wellbeing everyone’s business. Through talks, workshops, Q&A sessions and a marketplace, our event takes you past the ‘wellbeing’ buzzword and towards practical solutions on building a strategy. We have invited the most relevant speakers to share insights on subjects spanning employee health, mental wellbeing, law and changing government policy, community wellness and physical health. The Wellbeing Symposium is the only event of its kind where you will learn about wellbeing in the workplace, community and for the individual all under one roof.
Under the Social Services and Well-being Act 2014, children who are eligible for Care and Support Services will need to be involved in What Matters Conversations and the Co-production of their Well-being Goals. There has been a culture change in the way we work with people of all ages in Wales, including children, a move from doing to, to doing with children & young people. The course will look at the legislative framework in Wales, the context for What Matters Conversations, and how to conduct assessments with children & young people. The training will give participants the knowledge and practical skills in conducting assessments, using play and creative techniques and activities from preparation, to conducting assessments through to what happens after. The course will use a child rights based approach which is an overarching duty within the Act.