Rhidian Hughes is new chief executive of the Voluntary Organisations Disability Group


Posted on September 25th, by geoff in Caring Times. Comments Off on Rhidian Hughes is new chief executive of the Voluntary Organisations Disability Group

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Dr Rhidian Hughes has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Voluntary Organisations Disability Group (VODG). Rhidian joins the VODG from a senior consulting role, having previously he held positions in social care policy, regulation and research. VODG chairman Clare Pelham said Rhidian’s wealth of experience within social care and health made him ideal for the role.

“His talents and vision will enable the VODG to go from strength to strength as the leading membership charity for third sector care providers,” said Ms Pelham.

“It could not be a more important time for disabled people to have a strong voice for publicly-funded, good quality support to be available for all who need it”.

On his appointment, Rhidian Hughes said he looked forward to working with members and stakeholders to ensure that the right funding, policy, regulation and partnership arrangements were in place to enable providers to deliver great social care.





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