Domestic Abuse Awareness Open Course

Welsh Women’s Aid is running an open, CPD-accredited course for everyone who would like to enhance their knowledge on domestic violence. Course overview: Domestic Abuse Awareness course is a one day course for everyone who wants to learn how to recognise and respond to signs of domestic abuse more effectively and in a sensitive manner.

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Forty Voices, Forty Years: Launch of exhibition at St Fagans celebrating the Women’s Aid movement in Wales

Welsh Women’s Aid launches the Forty Voices, Forty Years final exhibition, which recalls and celebrates the significant change created by women in Welsh society since 1978, when the movement was founded to challenge and prevent domestic abuse in Wales. A year of activities and events has culminated in this exhibition, which profiles the memories and stories from

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Cardiff ‘Live Loud’ project overview

What is the ‘Live Loud’ project? ’Live Loud’ involves the development and delivery of a fortnightly communication support group for people with Parkinson’s living in the Cardiff and Vale Local Health Board area who have a Parkinson’s related communication impairment. It will focus on supporting individuals to improve their speech by practising their voice in

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Hafal to merge with carers’ charity Crossroads Care Mid & West Wales

Welsh mental health charity Hafal has announced that it is joining up with carers’ charity Crossroads Mid & West Wales to form one organisation.  The two charities are already working closely together and propose to merge formally on 1 April 2017. Hafal is a member-led mental health charity providing progressive, recovery-focused services for mental health

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Tenovus Cancer Care

Hi there!  I’m Nadine, Tenovus Cancer Care’s People Officer. At Tenovus Cancer Care, our aims are simple; to help prevent, treat and find a cure for cancer.  With that in mind, it’s really important that we hire the right people and that our people can help us.  That’s where I come in. It’s my job

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