Date: Thursday 30th July
Time: 2 pm – 3:30 pm
Booking: The meeting is open to all disabled people across North Wales and their families and carers, and representatives of disabled people’s organisations.
email firstname.lastname@example.org for the link to the Zoom meeting
The Welsh Government’s “Action on Disability: The Right to Independent Living Framework and Action Plan” states: “It is vital that local authorities, local health boards, NHS trusts, the third sector, businesses, and other service providers work co-productively with disabled people and representative organisations led by disabled people to identify problems and solutions and make the most of opportunities to improve services.
“Co-production is an important concept for this framework because the Welsh Government recognises that services cannot be improved to fully meet the needs of disabled people unless they are actively involved in the design and delivery of those services.
“This approach is also fully in line with the Welsh Government’s commitment to Social Partnership and the principle of “Nothing About Us Without Us”, which recognises that no policy should be decided without the full and active participation of members of the group affected by the policy, as well as the involvement and collaboration principle of the Well-being of Future Generations Act”.
Mark Isherwood MS has agreed to open the meeting and set the scene for disabled people to have their say.