Get involved

We actively encourage all of our customers to get involved and influence what is happening in their homes and communities.

Getting involved can be as simple as completing a survey, providing us with valuable feedback about what you think about our services. You may also wish to be involved in helping us to develop changes to our services to improve the way we work.

Our Customer Charter

Our Customer Charter sets out how we will work with you as customers to achieve the ambitions you have for you, your families and communities.

Our customer charter embraces everyone who lives in our homes and communities whatever kind of housing they live in or service they access including extra care, nursing homes, supported housing, homecare and affordable housing.

It applies to everything we do – from community activities, local housing management, repairs and maintenance through to top level decisions. Hafod believes that it is essential that you and the communities you live in decide what is important.

Walk in your community

Walk in your community is a great opportunity for us to work together to get an idea of the issues within your community.

We will be looking at a variety of things such as, bins, graffiti, damaged properties, bulky refuse, landscaping, trip hazards and the general condition of your area.

Five communities were identified for 2020, they are: Arcon in Old St Mellons, Heol Loveluck in Bridgend, Powis View in Barry, Maes Gwair & Heol Ty Maen in Bridgend and Thornhill in Cwmbran.  Check out your Hafod #Connect Facebook group for dates and times.

Due to the current covid guidance these will be carried out via a virtual walk on Facebook live in your Hafod #Connect group where you will have the opportunity to post comments to your team.

Scrutiny Panel

Our Scrutiny Panel is made up of volunteer customers and plays an important role in helping to improve our services. The Panel meet regularly to review performance and make recommendations to ensure our customers have a voice, placing them at the heart of everything we do.

September hot topics included discussions on how we communicate with our customers, how we recruit new members and a board update on Hafod’s manifesto that was recently discussed with Welsh Government.

Join the Panel

If you would like to find out more about the Scrutiny Panel please get in touch with your engagement team on 0800 024 8968 or fill in the form below.

Facebook polls

Join your local Facebook group to get involved in topical polls.

Your feedback from recent polls have enabled us to change visiting times to our care homes to suit your needs and  hear your voice on how you feel we have responded to coronavirus.

 

Question of the month

Every month when you phone our customers services team you will be asked to take part in question of the month.

Septembers question

Have you engaged with us online for any services e.g. paying your rent or reporting repairs?

If yes, what have you used, if no, is there a reason why?

TPAS Cymru – Tenant Pulse

What is Tenant Pulse?

Do you want to make housing better?

Tenant Pulse is the voice of tenants in Wales.  It has been created by TPAS Cymru and is supported by Welsh Government.  Their main aim is to find out what matters most to tenants in Wales.

The results of their surveys are used by Welsh Government and landlords to create housing policy which works for tenants, and which makes housing in Wales safer and fairer.

Have your say by joining the thousands of tenants already registered – please click here.

Our Customer Charter

Our customer charter sets out how we will work with you as customers to achieve the ambitions you have for you, your families and communities.

Our customer charter embraces everyone who lives in our homes and communities whatever kind of housing they live in or service they access including extra care, nursing homes, supported housing, homecare and affordable housing.

It applies to everything we do – from community activities, local housing management, repairs and maintenance through to top level decisions. Hafod believes that it is essential that you and the communities you live in decide what is important.

We are committed to work with you to:

  • come up with your own plans and ideas
  • define what success will look like for you and your community
  • agree what support you need to be successful
  • be imaginative and creative
  • share what goes well and what doesn’t go so well so that other people can learn from your experience
  • identify other groups and agencies who can help

Our charter lays down the values we share, our new approach to working together, what support we can offer each other, how we will measure success and what to do if you have any questions or ideas.