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Powys' Play Sufficiency Assessment Executive Summary 2022

How we will develop and deliver the Action Plan

Through the Play Sufficiency Assessment, we have reviewed our work and activities over the past 3 years and identified those areas where further action is required. However, not only was progress severely impeded by the Covid pandemic, also the securing and maintaining of funding continues to be a considerable challenge and funding must once again be a key priority for action. 

What are we going to do?

The identified actions from the Sufficiency Assessment will be discussed with key individuals, services and organisations to ensure progression on a multi-agency basis. Embedding the actions within agencies' planning will be essential to achieve the outcomes required.

Who's going to lead it?

(Roles and officers / directors have recently changed so for now until an update is available)

Lead Cabinet Member for a More Prosperous Powys - Cllr David Selby

Lead Director for Economy and Environment - Nigel Brinn

Play Monitoring Group

Play is monitored through the Emotional Health and Wellbeing work stream of the Start Well Board under the Council's Health and Care Strategy, who will review progress against the plan. 

45 organisations are invited to attend, including Service Strategy and Development, Children's Commissioning,  Social Services, Youth Services, Youth Offending,  Public Health,  Police, School Services, Powys Teaching Health Board and Head teachers.  Third sector organisations include  Powys Association of Voluntary Organisatons, Windfall, Credu, Action for Children, Xenzone,  Mid and North Powys Mind and Cais.

The group is facilitated by the Council and is currently chaired by Victoria Ruff Cock, Children's Services, and Samantha Shore, Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service.