Registering a Complaint

Cardiff Law School Pro Bono (free legal help)

This project in conjunction with international children’s charity Cerebra and assisted by practising solicitors, enables students to research the law relating to disabled children and to provide advice relating to disputes over their health and social care entitlements. Continue Reading Cardiff Law School Pro Bono (free legal help)

Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales

We do not investigate complaints about local authorities. This is because they have their own complaints procedure. We are interested however, to hear from people about their experience of service received. Continue Reading Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales

Carmarthenshire County Council

If possible, we believe it’s best to deal with things straight away rather than try to sort them out later. Continue Reading Carmarthenshire County Council

Hywel Dda – Raising a concern

If you are unhappy about care or treatment provided by the Hywel Dda University Health Board, please let us know Continue Reading Hywel Dda – Raising a concern

New Law Solicitors

People throughout the UK are wrongly paying thousands of pounds in care fees which would be fully funded by the NHS. Continue Reading New Law Solicitors

Patient Opinion

Patient Opinion works because health and social care organisations are able to easily hear this feedback. If your healthcare organisation doesn’t currently work with Patient Opinion, then get in touch! It’s free to register, so that you can listen and respond too. Continue Reading Patient Opinion

Public Services Ombudsman for Wales

Accessibility – we will be open to everyone and work to ensure that people who face challenges in access are not excluded. We will be considerate, courteous, respectful and approachable, and do our best to communicate with complainants in the way they tell us they prefer.
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Welsh Government

Making laws for Wales

Following a referendum on the National Assembly for Wales’s legislative powers held on 03 March 2011, the people of Wales voted in favour of granting the National Assembly for Wales further powers for making laws for Wales. Continue Reading Welsh Government

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