Community recovery

Wrexham’s Public Services Board (PSB) put together their last Well-Being Plan in 2018, but since then nothing has gone…well…to plan!

With the arrival of Covid-19, members of the PSB – just like everyone else – shifted their focus to helping people in immediate need and dealing with issues thrown up by the pandemic as they happened, and have been working closely with Flintshire’s PSB to do this.

Work in social care and be the lifeline your community needs.

As time has gone on, they have also been given the task of planning and working towards community recovery.

To identify what could be learned from the pandemic and what could be used to help our communities recover from its effects, the PSB teamed up with students from Glyndwr University and have put what they found and what they feel needs to be done into a magazine called Llesiant, which you can read here.

Many of the ideas in Llesiant cross over with the current PSB consultation where the PSB is asking you, the residents of Wrexham, to tell them how important you feel a total of seven well-being goals are to you and your family.

If you’re looking for a new career and want to help people in your community, a job in social care could be the right move.