Update from Llais, the independent statutory body, set up by the Welsh Government to give the people of Wales much more say in the planning and delivery of their health and social care services – locally, regionally and nationally:
We are inviting you to take part in an important piece of work that is being carried out over the coming weeks, which we hope will be of interest to you.
Llais is an independent statutory body, set up by the Welsh Government to give the people of Wales much more say in the planning and delivery of their health and social care services – locally, regionally and nationally. You can find out more about what we do here.
As part of our recently launched 100 day plan, we want to have a national conversation with people in all parts of Wales, to work with us to help us to develop our vision, mission, and strategic priorities.
We want to invite you to get involved in this ongoing work. We want you to share your views on what you believe needs to happen, and how you can work with us, to make sure our activities mean that your views and experiences are used by decision-makers to plan and deliver better health and social care services.
What you tell us will help us to set out the future direction and priorities for Llais’s work in the years ahead and help to make sure it works for everyone, in all parts of Wales.
There are a number of simple ways in which you, and those you live, socialise or work with can join the conversation before the closing date of 31st July 2023:
1. Join us on 10th July:
Come along to our online event on 10th July, 18.00 - 19.30pm, for a rich discussion on Llais with people from across your region.
Book your place
2. Complete our simple survey:
Either sharing your own thoughts, ideas and experiences, or discussing these questions with your colleagues and communities, and sharing your responses as a group. Link to survey
(Included within our survey are the broad principles that are guiding the Llais’ development, to help you consider potential impacts for you, your organisation or community. We can also provide you with guidance for having this conversation with your communities).
3. Chat to us:
If you would simply prefer to talk to us, then let us know by replying to this email. We'll arrange a time and date which suits you, or would happily join a virtual meeting of your team or community to discuss things together.
(If you need any support to chat with us, such as translation, please do let us know when you get in touch and we will arrange)
If you would like to discuss the work in more detail, or have any questions relating to the above please contact us by emailing email@example.com
For the latest updates, and further information about Llais and its development, visit our website