Ashley Bale, from Pontypridd, has developed an award-winning social app for people with learning disabilities. In this blog, Ashley shares why he believes innovation has an important role to play in making a difference to people’s lives.
To mark Time to Talk Day, Jo Sullivan, Engagement Officer for the CTM Research, Innovation and Improvement Co-Ordination (RIIC) Hub shares how she is supporting her team to look after their wellbeing.
Kier Hardie Health Park’s Ty Enfys Dementia Day Care Unit has received the ‘Meaningful Care Matters’ outstanding accreditation, a first to be awarded in Wales.
In this story we meet Yasmin who is a carer for her mother, who is living with Alzheimer’s and Vascular Dementia.
In this story we meet Ceri who has been caring for people, including her own parents, since her teens.
Cllr Chris Davies, Chair of the CTM RPB, explains why it’s so important to work as equal partners with our communities to develop our local Assessment of Wellbeing and Need.
In this story we meet Lynne, who was one of the first people to set up People First, an advocacy group for people with learning disabilities in South Wales.
In this story we meet Bravon, who was born and raised in Kenya before moving to the UK in 2019. Bravon is a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Engagement Officer, working in Merthyr Tydfil.
A new website for the Cwm Taf Morgannwg (CTM) Regional Partnership Board (RPB) is live today.
We are always looking for new and exciting stories to write about, or blog ideas.