Swansea Carers' Centre has successfully received funding from the Big Lottery Fund Community Voices Programme to support parent carers of young adults with a disability or illness aged 14-25. The Dyma Ni Transition Project aims to give parent carers a voice in their community.
Swansea Carer’s Centre will work with parent carers to build their capacity to engage...
Advocacy Service for Carers Launced
Over 100 people attended the launch of the Carers' Advocacy Service at the Liberty Stadium on 29 November. The Carers’ Advocacy Service is funded by the Big Lottery Fund AdvantAGE programme to improve the quality of life of older people who are carers. It offers support to carers aged 50+ by working with them to ensure their views and...
The presentation evening at Pen y Bryn School was made even more special when, not only did the children receive certificates for their achievements, but so did some of their parents. The Life Skills for Carers project managed by Swansea Carers’ Centre has enabled parent carers, some of whom have children at the school, to achieve a Level 2 Diploma in Supporting Teaching &...
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