Powys Regional Partnership Board

The Powys Regional Partnership Board (PRPB) is the statutory legal body, established in April 2016 by the Social Services and Wellbeing (Wales) Act. Its key role is to identify key areas of improvement for care and support services in Powys. The Board has also been legally tasked with identifying integration opportunities between Social Care and Health.

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Integration Opportunities

The Board will identify integration opportunities between Social Care and Health in the following areas:

  • Older people with complex needs and long term conditions, including dementia.
  • People with learning disabilities.
  • Carers, including young carers.
  • Integrated Family Support Services.
  • Children with complex needs due to disability or illness

Our priorities for year 2

  • Carers
  • Workforce
  • Health and Care Strategy
  • Prevention and early help
  • Integration


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The Board is multi-agency and brings together local authority leaders, chief executives and managing directors from Powys County Council and Powys Teaching Health Board, Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations, the third sector, private organisations who deliver care and citizen representatives who either receive care, or are in a caring role.

The board will help shape and challenge critical issues in health and social care services in Powys and will not only forge good relationship with its partners but also ensure wider engagement takes place to ensure the voice of the citizen is heard and acted upon in any proposed changes.

Work had already commenced on many of the topics highlighted in the Act, but now there is a legal framework it will give further impetus to all partners to work closer together to focus on What Matters to the citizen and maximise all available resources through sharing intelligence and planning improved services. 

Watch our Intermediate Care Fund projects from across Powys