Pembrokeshire Carers Strategy

The Pembrokeshire Carers Strategy (The Strategy) explains how the public, private and voluntary sectors together with carers will work together to improve the quality of life for carers in Pembrokeshire.

The Strategy is a joint strategy between Pembrokeshire County Council and Hywel Dda University Health Board and sets out a five year vision for supporting the health and wellbeing of carers and is firmly rooted in a strong foundation of partnership working in the county.

This Strategy sets out the strategic direction for support and advice to all carers in Pembs, including young carers and young adult carers.

The Strategy will address the five key priority areas described in the Carers Strategy for Wales 2013:

  1. 1. Health and Social Care
  2. 2. Identification, Information and Consultation
  3. 3 .Young Carers and Young Adult Carers
  4. 4 .Support and a life outside the Caring Role
  5. 5 .Carers and Employment

The Pembrokeshire Carers Strategy Board will oversee the delivery of the Strategy, ensuring that progress made against key aims is monitored and discussed.  Councillor Mike James, Pembrokeshire County Councils Carers' Champion chairs the Board whose members include representatives from Pembrokeshire County Council, Hywel Dda University Health Board, Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services, as well as carer representation.

Any comments regarding the Pembrokeshire Carers Strategy:

Tel: 01437 764551 or email

ID: 2252, revised 11/08/2022