Gofal has been awarded the contract to continue delivering our Pathways to Employment project in Caerphilly for a further two years with an option for an additional year.
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Researchers from the Swansea University Medical School have been funded by Health and Care Research Wales to study the way eating disorders are dealt with and treated across different types of healthcare settings, in partnership with Gofal.
An app has been launched in Wales which aims to bridge a knowledge gap and provide information to enable preventative and early intervention for those suspected of having an eating disorder, which will help increase the chances of individual recovery.
Our Head of Services for the Central region Sarah Wills has written a blog for the Wales Audit Office's Good Practice Exchange on the successes of the Vale Dispersed Scheme and developments since she presented at one of WAO's events.
Gofal have let part of our Swansea office to building firm R&M Williams, in order to maximise space and raise additional funds.