Following the Healh Board's recent success in attaining the Gold Award as part of the Corporate Health Standard work, we are now able to display this logo which demonstrates its commitment to the health & wellbeing of its employees.
Cwm Taf Health Board has recently been awarded £275’000 ESF grant monies to fund an Integrated Transport Project.
The project, named Transforming Transport, is a priority goal of the Joint RCT-Merthyr Tydfil Local Service Board and it aims to improve Non-Emergency Patient Transport throughout Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil by bringing together the best elements of the existing framework to work in synergy for the first time to create a fully integrated Health and Social Care Transport System.
Winner of the 'Citizens at the Centre of Service Redesign and Delivery'
Cwm Taf picked up the Award in the 'Citizens at the Centre of Service Redesign and Delivery' for the following publication:
Autism: A Guide for Parents and Carers Following Diagnosis - For Parents, By Parents and Professionals in Partnership
The Health Board is delighted to announce that the following staff have received awards:-
Rebecca Thomas: Winner in the 'Working with Priority Groups - Older People Mental Health' category for 'Dignity in Care - Welsh Language Toolkit delivered through the Transforming Care Programme'.
Special Recognition Awards were given to:
Anne Quirke: Cwm Taf Healthy Schools, Welsh Language Teaching and Learning Resource for the Foundation Phase Curriculum
Darrell Clarke: Autism: a guide for parents and carers following diagnosis. For parents, by parents and professionals in partnership