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PEOPLE from Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) who are looking for a job or a change in career can talk to staff from an award-winning care provider about working in the industry during a recruitment fair this month (September, 2017).
The Welsh Government decision to include social care as one of five key priority areas for their new economic strategy has been hailed as a "potential game-changer" for the sector.
Are you inspired by the patterns formed in urban architecture? If you can capture your favourite pattern from the streets of Swansea in a photograph you post on Instagram, you could bag yourself 300 Euros.
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ZOE PAINE from Penrhiwceiber has recently (September, 2017) been promoted to Operations Executive at an award-winning care company in Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT).
According to research, jingles rattle around in our heads for an average 50 hours a year – or 58 minutes a week! So, Installer’s First, a community of professional accredited heating installers, is calling on all Swansea heating i
KNITTERS from Rhondda Cynon Taf are this month (September, 2017) being asked to put their skills to the test and knit twiddle mitts for people with dementia.
The average Swansea resident has seen just 39 per cent of Great Britain, according to new research.
STAFF at a Welsh care provider are showing their support and helping to raise awareness about the important role society’s ‘hidden’ carers play as part of National Dementia Carer’s Day next month (September, 2017).
CARERS at an award-winning care provider in Wales are offering free advice when it comes to spotting the early warning signs of dementia as part of World Alzheimer’s Month next month (September, 2017).
AN AWARD-WINNING care provider in Wales says it encourages its service users to engage in activities such as learning an instrument or gardening after a report revealed these are the best ways to stimulate the brain (August, 2017)
ELDERLY and vulnerable people across Wales who are cared for at home can this month (August, 2017) continue to nominate their favourite carer for an award in recognition of the work they do.
DENISE Hopkins from Aberdare has recently (July, 2017) been promoted to Regional Manager at an award-winning care company in Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT).