Assembly creates sub-committee to consider older people’s needs


Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A new cabinet sub-committee on the needs of older people has been established by the Welsh Assembly. The deputy minister with specific responsibility for older people, John Griffiths said the new sub-committee would play an important role in ensuring that older people1s needs were taken into account. “The sub-committee will also be able to monitor the progress is being made in implementing our landmark Strategy for Older People that we launched earlier this year,” Mr Griffiths said. “The sub-committee is another demonstration that the Welsh Assembly is committed to improving services for older people and ensuring that the implications of an ageing society are taken into account.”





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