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Increase in charges for social care in Wales

The Welsh Government are planning to increase how much you pay for essential support

A consultation that ends on the 25th January 2017 is underway. Proposals that will increase the weekly charges for care from £60 to £70 then probably to £100 within four years are being considered.

If you disagree with this please let the government know your views by taking a few minutes to complete an online consultation here

Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill

Proposed Bill for children with additional educational needs

Around a quarter of learners in Wales will have some form of additional learning need during their education. The current legislative framework for supporting them is based on a model introduced more than 30 years ago. This Bill proposes to replace existing legislation with a new legal framework- your views are needed

Understanding Disability Awards 2017

Nominate somebody who makes that extra effort now!

Understanding Disability Awards 2017

Nominations are now being invited for this year’s Understanding Disability Awards, which recognises individuals, groups, schools, children and employers who have made a difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities.

Come and work for us!

Temporary post to cover maternity leave - Apply Now!!

Do you use social media?

Are you looking for a challenge?

Are you planning a career in the social welfare sector?


If you answer yes to the above we may have the ideal opportunity for you!!

Sherman Theatre & SPICE time credit takeover!

See a show without cash- use time credits!!


SPICE and the Sherman Theatre are arranging a special show on 20th  December where you can use time credits in place of cash- come along and book soon!


To learn more about time banking and how it can help you click here





Discounted tickets - only £5 !!!

Ticket offers at the Welsh Millennium Centre

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Disability Arts Cymru, Making Minds and the Community teams at the Centre are delighted to offer tickets for the

Weston Studio Programme of Wales’ Mental Health Arts Festival’s for an amazing £5 for each Double-Bill.

Check below for details

Consultation on the needs of children from inception to 2 years

Your views sought on support needed at the start of life

The National Assembly for Wales’ Children, Young People and Education Committee is undertaking a consultation on the First 1,000 Days.

The Committee will consider the extent to which Welsh Government policies and programmes support the early parent role, before birth and during the first 2 years of a child’s life, and crucially how effective these are in supporting children’s emotional and social capabilities and development

Time Credits Update

Time Credits - be rewarded for your voluntary efforts!

Time credits offer a way of rewarding people for giving their time freely. If you join a scheme you earn credits for the hours you volunteer which can be 'spent' in a variety of places. See below for an update on local schemes.


Understanding Disability Awards a great success!

Awards celebrate the efforts of people who include those with a learning disability


For 23 years we have hosted the Understanding Disability Awards. These recognise the outstanding efforts of people, groups and organisations that go out of their way to involve and include people with a learning disability

Peter Pan - relaxed performance

Special performance for disabled children and young people

The New Theatre are holding a one-off show that is adjusted to suit the needs of children and young people with sensory needs, ASD and learning disabilities.


Sunday 5th February is Welsh Mosque Open Day!

Visit a local Mosque, meet and learn about the faith

Now in its 3rd year Visit My Mosque, a national campaign has grown from strength to strength. This year we have over 150 mosques open across the country, with 10 Welsh mosques participating we welcome you to support the event by popping in to your local mosque this Sunday 5th February. 

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