NEWCIS Denbighshire

 Welcome to the NEWCIS Denbighshire Website!

I would like to introduce you to the team in Denbighshire, and to let you know about the events we are currently planning for Carers in Denbighshire. 


Shelagh Persich– is our Primary Care Facilitator/Carers Fieldworker based in our Rhyl Office. Shelagh is responsible for facilitating and organising events for carers, as well as linking in with statutory bodies and other voluntary organisations that support carers in Denbighshire. Shelagh also works with the GP practices and other professionals to raise awareness of carers issues throughout the County. 


Gwen Evans - is our County Administration Officer. Gwen's role is to offer administrative support to the NEWCIS Denbighshire Team and is your first contact when you call the Rhyl office.


Glain Jones  - is our Carers Needs Assessor for South Denbighshire. Her role is assessing carers needs and signposting them on to the relevant organisations that can help them in their caring role.  The team also links in with statutory bodies and other voluntary organisations that support our carers in Denbighshire.


Susan Smith -  is our  Carers Needs Assessor for North Denbighshire. Susan's role is the same as Glain's 




Carolyn Hildebrandt.  Carolyn is one of our Carers Employment and Opportunities Mentor for the Life Skills Project. Carolyn is the one to speak to if you need information regarding training, courses and getting back in to the world of work.


Gundega Overthrow -  Finance and Administration Officer for the Life Skills Project.  Gundega looks after the administrative support to the Life Skills Project Team and keeps track of the financial informatiom.


Iona Crompton - is the Carers Employment and Opportunities Mentor for the Life Skills Project and is based  in South Denbighshire and can steer you in the right direction for courses, qualifications and training.


There are currently four Carers Circles across Denbighshire. These are in  Rhyl, Ruthin, Llangollen and Prestatyn. This is so that carers can access our services more easily. Each area meets monthly and this gives carers the opportunity to meet with others and share information and experience or just to have a chat and catch up. Details and dates of upcoming carers circles can be found in our quarterly newsletter.


NEWCIS produces a free information pack for carers which covers the many different areas of caring, such as, Benefits Advice, how to access a Carers Needs Assessment and other services that are availalble to carers in Denbighshire. This pack is available by phoning the office and speaking to Gwen on  01745 331181


Please remember that we are also here to provide a listening ear and help you as much as we can in your caring role.