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Virtual Citizens' Jury: What matters in Social Care in Wales


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Are you a Carer?  Do you use care and support services?

In September, Measuring the Mountain will be hosting its second Citizens’ Jury as a virtual event. Fifteen members of the public (our Jurors) will come together to examine an aspect of social care. As part of the information that is presented we would like to show videos made by you, about a day in your life.

The videos can be made on your phone and can cover any aspects of your day that you’d like to share. It would though, be very informative for the Jurors to know about such things as aids and equipment that you use; people you interact with; making appointments; or going out.

To find out more about these videos and how you can get involved in the Citizens’ Jury please visit www.mtm.wales/citizens-jury-2020
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