I would be grateful if you could personally thank on my behalf each and every member of staff for their services administering care and comfort to my aunt during her illness. They worked effectively and efficiently, displaying kindness and compassion. With out doubt whatsoever, you have first-rate staff." Service user’s family, Caernarfon
Established in May 2000 by former Neurological Ward Sister Janice Hogg, Cymorth Llaw began life from a small office at the family home with just a handful of Care Workers.
Having now grown to become one of the regions largest and most respected names within home care services, today our family agency is based at a purpose built head office and care worker training centre at Parc Menai Business Park, Bangor.
Although the company has changed much in shape and size during the last 14 years, the standard of care we provide remains as high as ever and the family values we started with are still at the heart of all we do.
Our background is Health & Social care –
With a senior care management team who boast over 60 years of extensive Health & Social Care sector working, we would never claim to be something we are not. We are the preferred provider of services for many different people and organisations, who repeatedly request the care we offer to both adults and children.
Our commitment to providing you and those dearest to you with quality care at home remains as strong as ever and we continue to employ the best local people to provide the best local care.
Cymorth Llaw – ‘Making a Difference to Peoples Lives’ in North Wales.
Our statement of purpose is available to view at our head office upon request.
Striving for excellence
Our vision is to be the leading provider of adult & paediatric community based care, help & support in Wales, with a strong strategic role within the provision of care.
To empower, support and promote individuality, dignity and respect through care at home, through the attainment of quality skills and knowledge, allowing our Care Workers to continue making a difference to peoples lives in Wales.