A message from Carers Wales

Here at Carers Wales we are committed to making life better for carers and as part of that commitment we have just launched our new version of Track the Act – this is a survey aimed at Carers, designed to give them the opportunity to share their views and experiences around the Carers Needs Assessment, […]

Ikea launches new functional collection for people with disabilities

Ikea has announced that it will launch a new collection of furniture specially designed for people with disabilities. The functional furniture will be released in May 2020, and was announced during the store’s annual Deomcratic Design Day. The OMTANKSAM collection will be made to assist people with disabilities with different kinds of functional needs, to […]

An update on advancing equality and human rights in Wales

Recently the transcript of an address by AM Jane Hutt entitled “An update on advancing equality and human rights in Wales” has been made available. This also includes contributions from Mark Isherwood, Leanne Wood, John Griffiths, Caroline Jones and Suzy Davies. There are many positives in Jane Hutt’s statement together with good contributions from the […]

Universal Credit migration arrangements for severely disabled people ruled unlawful

The High Court has ruled that the government’s Universal Credit migration arrangements for those who previously received the Severe Disability Premium and moved onto Universal Credit before 16 January 2019 are unlawful. If the arrangements had been allowed to go ahead they would have left over 10,000 severely disabled people around a £100-a-month worse off. […]

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