- Category: Carers (Clear)
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- Animal welfare
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- Ethnic minorities
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Found 29 organisations and services in category "Carers"
Carers Respite, Carers Support, Carers Information, Carers Advice, Carers Short Breaks, Emergency Response, Residential Care, Dementia Care, Mental Health
Age Cymru Powys is your local charity offering support and services for older people in Powys.
Each year we reach over 6,500 older people living in Powys. One of them could be you, a friend...
Pembrokeshire Mind are a voluntary group who work for a better life for everyone with experience of mental distress
Age Cymru Swansea Bay aims to provide outcome based, quality assured, regional services to all adults to help them to prepare for later life and age well.
Ethnic Minorities & Youth Support Team Wales (EYST) is a leading charity in Wales which aims to support BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) people by providing a targeted, culturally sensitive and holistic support service to...
Support for stroke survivors in Pembrokeshire
We have been supporting carers since 2003 and you might know us as Powys Carers Service.
In November 2015, our carers and staff voted that it was time for a fresh look, and in the...
Community Interest Company providing mindfulness training.
The Children's Cancer Support Group, formed in 1986, provides support and information for parents of children with cancer by the following means:
MEETINGS: Regular meetings to inform members about the many aspects of childhood cancers...
The original organisation was created in 1996 as a non profit-making Company Limited by Guarantee. It was designed to act as a 3rd party organisation run by disabled people who used its services. Its specific...