1st July 2014, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay
Voluntary Action Merthyr Tydfil is pleased to announce that nominations are now open for 2014’s Third Sector Excellence Awards.
“Following the commitment in the Housing White Paper to review the range of adaptations, the Welsh Government have commissioned a consortium Research Team of Shelter Cymru, Tai Pawb, Cardiff University and partners to explore and test potential changes to the structural and delivery mechanisms for independent living adaptations. In this email is a link for […]
The Women’s Equality Network (WEN) Wales is currently undergoing a period of significant change.
This course is designed for those new to the field of autism. Participants will be introduced to basic concepts and theories relating to Autism Spectrum Disorders.
The Work and Pensions Committee has decided to inquire into employment support for disabled people.
Women Making a Differenceis delivering its new accredited ‘Women for a Change’ course in Carmarthen.
Spaces are filling up fast for People and Homes on 3 July 2014, with hot topics this year including PRS reform and the impacts of welfare changes. Once again, they’ve got an exciting and diverse line-up of speakers. Journalist and blogger Kate Belgrave will set the scene with video case studies and commentary on the […]
A new and exciting opportunity has arisen in the Three Counties Community Play team. They are seeking enthusiastic individuals to become part of the team funded through the Big Lottery Childs Play Programme. The posts will be based with Torfaen Voluntary Alliance, and you will work closely with the organisation. 2 x Community Support […]
Cardiff University, with Shelter Cymru and Contact a Family Cymru, is seeking the views of families who are in the process or have experienced the adaptation process (disabled facilities grant). This could be as a past or current applicant, successful or unsuccessful. The research will provide a picture of what is happening and will assess […]