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WELSH LABOUR AGAIN 09:52 - Jan 17 with 694 viewsblaenaugwentjack

Welsh labour have voted against a autism bill for Wales along with kirsty williams, while England has had it,s own autism bill for ten years.
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WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 09:55 - Jan 17 with 680 viewsdickythorpe

A punctuation bill is needed........
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WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 10:22 - Jan 17 with 655 viewsMuteswan

WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 09:55 - Jan 17 by dickythorpe

A punctuation bill is needed........


Maybe, but an autism bill for Wales is needed first.
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WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 12:46 - Jan 17 with 607 viewsAguycalledJack

Is that the same Kirsty Williams who saved Carwyn as First Minister and then got appointed as education secretary?

Nothing like a vote for self advancement.
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WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 12:48 - Jan 17 with 603 viewsHighjack

Have they given a reason for rejecting this? Could it be perhaps that it’s too expensive and they need the money to spend on Cardiff?

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WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 13:35 - Jan 17 with 568 viewsblaenaugwentjack

WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 12:46 - Jan 17 by AguycalledJack

Is that the same Kirsty Williams who saved Carwyn as First Minister and then got appointed as education secretary?

Nothing like a vote for self advancement.


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WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 13:58 - Jan 17 with 554 viewsJack_Meoff

WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 12:48 - Jan 17 by Highjack

Have they given a reason for rejecting this? Could it be perhaps that it’s too expensive and they need the money to spend on Cardiff?


Apparently they think that autism falls under the auspices of The Social Services and Well Being Act (Wales) 2014 so they don't need a separate act. As a parent of an autistic child, however, they can kiss my f*cking arse.

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WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 16:01 - Jan 17 with 510 viewswestwalesed

WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 13:58 - Jan 17 by Jack_Meoff

Apparently they think that autism falls under the auspices of The Social Services and Well Being Act (Wales) 2014 so they don't need a separate act. As a parent of an autistic child, however, they can kiss my f*cking arse.


In my current role (quitting on Jan 31st yikes!!!) I can't tell you how many times I have Advocated for a client who has a mental health disorder or learning difficulty and receives some form of care at home. They almost always choose to employ a PA with who they can develop a long term working relationship. It works brilliantly well as the PA really gets to understand their care needs and the client feels secure in knowing the person who is supporting them, rather than ad hoc carers from an agency.

HOWEVER

When their care needs develop to a level that they require specialist nursing care, they are unable to have a PA and receive care from a specialist nurse. In England you can train your PA to then do the specific nursing tasks required - this ensures continuity of care. In Wales you can't and the Welsh Government have refused to amend this anomaly for over ten years. I honestly can't see why. It's all about personal choice and empowerment at the end of the day?

Just another example people in Wales being short changed imo.

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WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 21:28 - Jan 17 with 405 viewsPentyrchJack

WELSH LABOUR AGAIN on 16:01 - Jan 17 by westwalesed

In my current role (quitting on Jan 31st yikes!!!) I can't tell you how many times I have Advocated for a client who has a mental health disorder or learning difficulty and receives some form of care at home. They almost always choose to employ a PA with who they can develop a long term working relationship. It works brilliantly well as the PA really gets to understand their care needs and the client feels secure in knowing the person who is supporting them, rather than ad hoc carers from an agency.

HOWEVER

When their care needs develop to a level that they require specialist nursing care, they are unable to have a PA and receive care from a specialist nurse. In England you can train your PA to then do the specific nursing tasks required - this ensures continuity of care. In Wales you can't and the Welsh Government have refused to amend this anomaly for over ten years. I honestly can't see why. It's all about personal choice and empowerment at the end of the day?

Just another example people in Wales being short changed imo.


Another Welsh Labour success then?

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