Working in partnership with Bangor University, our Welsh learning program received some publicity this week in the Daily Post (17/06/2014). The learning program caters for the small number of Care Workers working with Cymorth Llaw who struggle for confidence in Welsh or who may be unable to speak Welsh at all.
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Our Dwyfor branch office has moved and can now be found at ‘Congl Meinciau’ in the beautiful town of Botwnnog. Our new branch office number for Dwyfor is – 01758 730870 visit http://www.conglmeinciau.org.uk/
Carers Week launches Monday the 9th of June and in support of it Cymorth Llaw is happy to offer advice during the week to those very special people who may be caring independently for family or loved ones at home. We offer info on training, dementia care and are happy to share our many experiences… Read more »
14 Years ago today Cymorth Llaw was launched with the purpose of providing the people of our region with quality care at home. Thank you to everyone who has made this possible and who continues to provide much needed, quality care services to many vulnerable people throughout our region.
Via UKHCA First Minister Carwyn Jones hailed the Social Services and Well-being act as “one of the most significant acts the Assembly has passed since it acquired full law making powers in 2011.”