Meetings

Care Home Commissioning for Older People

This page gives details of any meetings held which will, or did, discuss the matter, and includes links to the relevant Papers, Agendas and Minutes.

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Meeting: 14/07/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 4)

4 Care Home Commissioning: Consideration of report

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4.1 The Committee considered and agreed the report on Care Home Commissioning.


Meeting: 06/07/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 5)

5 Care Home Commissioning: Consideration of the draft report

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Minutes:

5.1 The Committee considered the draft report.


Meeting: 16/06/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 4)

4 Care Home Commissioning for Older People: Key Issues

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Minutes:

4.1 The Members considered the key issues surrounding the Committee’s inquiry into Care Home Commissioning for Older People.


Meeting: 25/05/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 4)

Care Home Commissioning for Older People: Evidence session with the Welsh Government part 2


Meeting: 25/05/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 6)

Care Home Commissioning for Older People: Consideration of the evidence received

Minutes:

6.1 The Committee considered the evidence received.

 


Meeting: 25/05/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 3)

3 Care Home Commissioning for Older People: Evidence session with the Welsh Government

Albert Heaney – Chief Social Care Officer for Wales

Matt Jenkins – Deputy Director, Partnership and Cooperation

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Minutes:

3.1 The Committee received evidence from Albert Heaney, Matt Jenkins and Rhiannon Ivens from the Welsh Government.

 


Meeting: 12/05/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 6)

Care Home Commissioning for Older People: Consideration of the evidence received

Minutes:

6.1 The Committee considered the evidence received.


Meeting: 12/05/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 3)

3 Care Home Commissioning for Older People: Evidence Session 4

Helena Herklots – Older People’s Commissioner for Wales

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Minutes:

3.1 The Committee received evidence from Helena Herklots, the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales.

 

3.2 After question one the Chair temporarily left the meeting. The Clerk asked for nominations for a temporary Chair under SO 17.22. Peredur Owen Griffiths MS nominated Natasha Asghar MS, which was endorsed by the Committee.


Meeting: 12/05/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 2)

2 Care Home Commissioning for Older People: Evidence Session 3

Maria Bell – Welsh Local Government Association

Dave Street - Association of Directors of Social Services Cymru

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Minutes:

2.1 The Committee received evidence from Maria Bell from the Welsh Local Government Association and Dave Street from the Association of Directors of Social Services.


Meeting: 27/04/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 6.)

Care Home Commissioning for Older People: Consideration of the evidence received


Meeting: 27/04/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 4.)

Care Home Commissioning for Older People: Evidence Session 2

Helen Twidle - Age Cymru


Meeting: 27/04/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 3.)

Care Home Commissioning for Older People: Evidence Session 1

Mary Wimbury – Care Forum Wales


Meeting: 09/02/2022 - Public Accounts and Public Administration Committee (Item 6)

6 Auditor General for Wales Report: Care Home Commissioning for Older People

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Minutes:

6.1 The Committee considered the Auditor General for Wales’s report and agreed to undertake an inquiry in the Summer term.