A Healthier Wales

“A society in which people’s physical and mental well-being is maximised and in which choices and behaviours that benefit future health are understood”

The Commissioner’s current analysis is that there is compelling evidence that we are not investing in the best balance of services to keep people well and to enable them to live healthy and fulfilled lives.

Many well-being objectives and steps acknowledge the need to shift towards prevention and wellness, but need to go further in how they fund these interventions and transform the way they deliver services. As a result, the prevention agenda is not progressing at the scale and pace needed and is not focused on the wider determinants of health.

A journey to

A Healthier Wales

A compassionate nation:

Support people to act with compassion, to facilitate understanding of mental well-being

 

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An active nation

Increase the benefits of physical activity for everyone

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Place-making and designing-in community health and well-being

Enable places to support the health and well-being of people and communities

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Seamless, preventative organisations and services

Ensure services support people to understand behaviours and choices that benefit future health

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