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11th December 2015 at Cardiff Bay

Learning Disability Wales, Cardiff Law School and our partners would like to invite you to a special one day event looking at the experiences of disabled people and their families, and the developments in law and practice in Wales affecting them.

Cycling activities for 9 years plus

Pedal Power cycling fun for August


 Pedal Power offer cycling opportunities for disabled children and their families. They are holding some sessions for youngsters aged 9 plus during August.




Please see here for details

Rights of People with a Learning Disability

Know your rights

This free seminar will explain the rights that people with a learning disability have in law and will be of interest to individuals families and carers.

It will cover issues around:



Social Care

Wills and Trusts


To find out more contact the organisaers on

029 2070 6444



Time 6.30pm

Cardiff City Stadium

27th May 2015

Elaine recognised for her efforts!


Long term Parents' Federation activist Elaine Gee was recently awarded the Bouquet of the Week by the Western Mail and Echo in recognition of her efforts to improve the lives of disabled people and their carers. .

Putting Families First

The Parents Federation is part of a consortia that aims to help families with a disabled child or young adult aged up to 25 but not receiving a social worker input or support.

Riverside Advice Centre

Financial help and assistance services available

Riverside Advice Centre has a wide range of services for people on low income to assist them with maximising their income and challenging unfair decisions


Accommodation Event well attended

Over 50 carers attend recent Parents' Federation event




Our recent event that 'showcased' the diverse housing and accommodation options available to people with a learning disability was well attended with over 50 carers enjoying a morning crammed full of information. Speakers from a variety of providers and agencies explained how different housing options were available, ensuring that all people. regardless of needs, could have a support package designed to enable them to live within their communities. A full report can be found here


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