BRYNLE Williams, conservative AM for North Wales, has commended Wrexham Council for having the most qualified workforce in Wales.
Speaking from the Assembly after studying the Joint Review of Social Services, Mr Williams said: 'In light of this, it's crucial the potential and skills of the staff are used as widely as possible to forward the council.'
Some shortcomings are also highlighted in the report, such as the ability to cope with the rise in fostering placements.
Mr Williams added: 'I am concerned the fostering services have struggled to keep pace with the increased demand and, consequently, it has proved difficult to match children's needs to foster homes.
'Entering a foster home is an unsettling time for any child and I'm alarmed to read the number of placement disruptions are among the worst in Wales.
'I will be writing to the council to raise this matter and I look forward to a detailed response showing how they will tackle the problem.'