On the day that Plaid Cymru Leader, Adam Price, visits his parents' home to focus on Plaid Cymru's vision for delivering ambitious changes to health and social care in Wales our candidate in the Vale of Clwyd constituency, Glenn Swingler, is out on the campaign trail in Rhyl.
Mr Swingler said that in his job as a Mental Health Care Worker and in his work as a County Councillor he had seen the need for an integrated health and social care service. He said "This has been discussed for many years, but nothing has changed. A Plaid government would ensure that this was put into practice."
Mr Price said that his mother cares for his father, who has dementia, and that he had "seen with his own eyes" the struggle that many families faced.
"A new National Health and Care Service would ensure the seamless integration of delivery on a local level, bringing together local government and health boards in new regional care partnerships," Mr Price said. Plaid Cymru would set up a commission to investigate the different options for funding the service.