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1 Voice - Communicating Together - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

1Voice takes a family and social perspective on communication and recognises the great need for adult role models to inspire children and families alike. 1Voice promotes families supporting each other to overcome the isolation that being unable to speak can bring. Network and support for...

A Child of Mine Help for Bereaved Parents - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

A Child of Mine is here to help and support anyone affected by the death of a child, in as many ways as we possibly can. Our website will always continue to be a main focus as a valuable resource for families after a child's death, but as time has moved on A Child of Mine has grown too, and we...

Achievement for All - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith The Achievement For All service includes: - Inclusion Service - Complex Needs Assessment and Liaison Service - Statutory Assessment Team - Management of Statements of Special Educational Needs (SEN), including SEN transport - Management and co-ordination of the difficult to engage pupils...

Action for Children - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Action for Children has been working in Wales since 1911. We support vulnerable children, young people and families in Wales through over 100 projects and services, working in partnership with local authorities, health boards and other third sector organisations. Our aim is to give the children, ...

Adoption Register Wales - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith The Wales Adoption Register is the national statutory linking and family-finding register hosted by the National Adoption Service for Wales for the Welsh Government. It provides a unique service to support Welsh adoption agencies in their family-finding for children and prospective adopters. ...

Afasic - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Afasic is the only charity representing children and young people who have difficulties talking and or understanding their home language; we offer support information and advice to their parents and carers and run monthly parent support groups. We have dedicated Family Support Workers supporting ...

Amelia Trust Farm - GROW project - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Amelia Trust Farm is a small charity and Care Farm based in Barry. We run an alternative education provision called the GROW programme. The GROW programme supports disadvantaged and vulnerable young people from across South Wales. Many of our young people struggle in mainstream education, and...

AP Cymru - The Neurodiversity Charity - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

AP Cymru provides a direct support service to neurodiverse children, young people and their families prior to, during and following diagnosis. Our families can access a wide variety of workshops, training courses, clinics, guest speakers, and family fun sessions. The waiting lists for therapies...

Ar Trac - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith The project brings together a range of interventions, co-produced by local agencies with children and young people. Ar Trac’s suite of age-appropriate services can be tailored based on the individual needs and strengths of the child and their family. As such, the project and what it offers will...

Assisted Places Scheme - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Scheme is directed by the Early Years Development & Childcare Partnership (EYDCP) in the Vale of Glamorgan Council. Funding is available to support pre-school children with a disability/additional learning need or in need of socialisation: and children aged 4-11yrs with a disability and/or...

B.I.R.D Brain Injury Rehabilitation & Development Charity - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

At BIRD, we offer genuine hope for improvement when all hope seems lost. At BIRD we support children with communication, learning, social and emotional and/or physical difficulties. The people we treat may be affected by: Dyslexia/dyspraxia Stroke Autism ADHD / ADD Cerebral palsy Congenital...

Barnardo's Cymru - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith Barnardo’s Cymru has been working in Wales for over a century. Our aim is to reach out to the most disadvantaged children, young people, families and communities in Wales to help ensure that every child has the best possible start in life. We try to ensure that every young person can realise...

Barnardo's School Based Counselling: Vale of Glamorgan - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith Our Vale of Glamorgan School and Community Based Counselling Service provides counselling to young people aged 10-19 years old. Counselling is a type of talking therapy, where the young person can meet with a qualified Counsellor to explore their thoughts and feelings and to develop ways of...

Behavioural Therapy Clinic - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

We provide bespoke behaviour analytical services to help individuals, families, residential services, charities and businesses manage or change behaviours, thoughts and emotions that impact upon their quality of life and well-being. ADVICE - Our analytical services help our clients to correctly ...

bibic - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Bibic is a national charity and exists to maximize the potential of children and young people with conditions affecting their social, communication, sensory, motor and learning abilities. To give children the opportunity to develop to their full potential and support their families through an...

Boloh - The Black and Asian family Covid-19 Helpline - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Barnardo's have also launched the first UK-wide helpline and live webchat facility for Black, Asian and minority ethnic children, young people and their families aiming to provide advice, signposting and support from trained specialist advisors and therapists – all of whom are from a diverse set ...

Cardiff and Vale Integrated Family Support Team (IFST) - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Cardiff & Vale Integrated Family Support Team (IFST) supports the needs of vulnerable families in crisis across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. We are here to help support families where substance use, mental health and domestic abuse is having an impact on the welfare of children. We help...

Cerebra - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Cerebra is a unique charity set up to help improve the lives of children with brain related conditions through research, education and directly supporting the children and carers. Living with neurological conditions can make life very hard, not just for the child, but for their family too. We...

Cerebral Palsy Cymru - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith Cerebral Palsy Cymru is a specialist therapy centre and registered charity. We provide individually tailored therapy for children who have cerebral palsy and other allied neurological conditions. Our aim is to improve the quality of life for children so that they can participate in everyday life ...

Child Bereavement UK - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Child Bereavement UK helps children, parents and families to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. We support children and young people up to the age of 25 who are facing bereavement, and anyone affected by the death of a child of any age. We provide training to...

Child Bereavement UK Helpline - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Child Bereavement UK helps children and young people (up to age 25), parents, and families, to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. We also provide training to professionals, equipping them to provide the best possible care to bereaved families. For more information or...

Child Brain Injury Trust - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Every 30 minutes, a child or young person will acquire a brain injury. This could be the result of an accident, an illness such as meningitis or encephalitis, a poisoning, a stroke or a brain tumour. A brain injury has a devastating and life-long impact on the child and their whole family. Bones ...

Child Health And Disability Team - Vale of Glamorgan - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

We are a specialist multi disciplinary team who believe that a child with a disability is a child first and should be encouraged and helped to access the same services and treatments as other children without disabilities. We also link in with the Specialist Health Visitor and Social Workers...

Children and Families Cymru (St Giles Trust) - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The overall aim of the project is to empower families to create positive futures for the children within their families we aim to break any cycles such as offending, poverty and unemployment. The project has 2 elements - firstly, we look at foundational issues such as homelessness, health,...

Children’s Autism Support Service - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Children’s Autism Support Service (CASS) is run by Barnardo’s Cymru on behalf of Vale of Glamorgan Families First. The service supports families with children (aged between five and 18 years) who have and have not received a formal Autism diagnosis. Via online and face to face meetings, we...

CLIMB - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

CLIMB is the National Information and Advice Centre for Metabolic Diseases and is the only charity in the UK to provide advice, information and support to children, young adults, families and professionals affected by metabolic diseases. CLIMB.org.uk, strongly believes that every child should be ...

Connect Resolve - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Working with families to strengthen or reconnect relationships. Improving communication and helping parents to understand their child's behaviour. Enabling parents to co-ordinate their parenting styles. Working with just parents or the whole family. Also offers parent/child mediation.

Contact for families and disabled children - Hemiplegia - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Hemiplegia services are provided by Contact, the charity for families with disabled children. On the website you'll find advice and support for families with children with hemiplegia, continuing the work of the UK charity HemiHelp. Hemiplegia (sometimes called hemiparesis) is a condition, caused ...

Crisis Intelligent - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Are you a parent/Caregiver struggling with your child's behaviour and struggling to understand why the behaviours are present? Do you find yourself asking: Why? Are they trying to wind me up? They know what buttons to press. Their manipulative, spoilt, controlling! Welcome to being a parent, its ...

Cued Speech Association - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

We are the only charity based in the UK providing family support, training and information to help deaf people see what you’re saying with Cued Speech. Cued Speech provides the foundation for all other communication interventions for deaf babies, children and adults by making spoken language...

Cymryd Rhan - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith Cymryd Rhan is a charity formed in 1986 to promote and assist people in Wales who are vulnerable and disadvantaged by reason of their learning and/or physical disability, mental health or age. We support people to live their life in their way. We take a transparent and inclusive approach towards ...

Disability, Pregnancy and Parenthood - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

DisabledParent.org.uk is a website belonging to Disability, Pregnancy & Parenthood, a user-led registered charity that promotes better awareness and support for disabled people during pregnancy and as parents. We provide this website as a source of information and support for disabled parents...

Down's Heart Group - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Provides parent friendly support and information relating to heart problems associated with Down's Syndrome. The Group aims to provide unbiased, up to date facts, thus enabling individuals to make informed choices.

Dyspraxia Foundation Helpline - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Dyspraxia Foundation is a country wide charity, founded in 1987 as the Dyspraxia Trust by two mothers who met at Great Ormond Street Hospital Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), also known as dyspraxia, is a common disorder affecting fine and/or gross motor coordination in children...

Early Positive Approaches to Support (E-PAtS) - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith E-PAtS is an 8 week group for families of children (0-5yrs) with emerging learning disabilities. The programme focuses on areas that families need help with such as communication, sleep, behavioural issues and personal well being. E-PAtS is designed to provide support before challenging...

Earlybird and Earlybird Plus Parent and Teen Life Programme - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

EarlyBird, EarlyBird Plus Parenting and Teen Life are support programmes for parents and carers, offering advice and guidance on strategies and approaches to working with autistic children. The programmes work on understanding autism, building confidence to encourage interaction and...

Ethnic Minorities and Youth Support Team Wales (EYST) BME CYP Project - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith Funded by Welsh Government through the Sustainable Social Services Third Sector Grant, Ethnic Minorities and Youth Support Team (EYST Wales) are pleased to announce our new exciting BME CYP Project to support children aged 0 to 25 and their families who have additional or multiple needs....

Foster Wales Vale of Glamorgan - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Fostering Wales team are responsible for recruiting, training, assessing and supporting foster carers in the Vale of Glamorgan. We provide care to children/young people who are referred to us from Social Services teams only. However, we accept applications to become foster carers from the...

HeartLine Families - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Heartline Families is a place for families of children with heart defects, whether congenital or acquired, to come to for support, information and understanding. We provide an online Facebook group for parents to discuss issues. The group is private and by invitation only (you will receive an...

Home Start Cymru - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith Parenting is not always easy! It can be lonely, frustrating, heart-breaking and overwhelming. You are not alone. Home-start Cymru works alongside families like yours to give compassionate and confidential support.

Home start Cymru - volunteer with us... - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith Home-Start Cymru offers free, confidential support and practical help to parents of young children living across Wales via trained volunteers. Volunteering is a great way to use your skills and meet new people, while making a difference to families. Our volunteers provide companionship, a...

Home-Start Rainbow Project - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Are you a family, with at least one child under the age of 11 and are struggling with Mental Health, isolation or implementing boundaries and routines for your children? Then you could be eligible for some free remote support from one of our trained Rainbow volunteers. Our volunteers provide...

Hope Support Services - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Hope supports young people aged 5-25 when a loved one has a serious illness such as cancer, Motor Neuron Disease, organ failure etc. We're available from the moment of diagnosis for however long we're needed, whatever the outcome for the patient. Our online support service is available across...

Interactive Multi-Sensory Room - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The room has the latest sensory equipment to stimulate development opportunities for children, young people and adults with severe, profound, multiple learning difficulties, cerebral palsy, autism and other sensory impairments.

KeyCreate CIC - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Have fun with creativity! KeyCreate run completely accessible and enjoyable Creative Workshops for people of all ages with any disability in South Wales. They are well qualified and experienced in providing creative play through use of storytelling, music, drama, dance, movement and sensory...

KeyCreate Family Playgroup - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Open for business - please check our facebook page for updates. A warm and welcoming stay and play group for preschool and home educated children with additional needs, disabilities, and life-limiting conditions, and their families, friends, and carers. Run by specialists in play, disability,...

Kids Cancer Charity - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Kids Cancer Charity is a national charity that supports children with cancer and their families. When you have a child who has cancer, you can feel so many different emotions - shock, fear, anger, hurt, helplessness, confusion and even betrayal. It may feel as though nothing makes sense...

Kolourful Unique - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith ‘Kolourful Unique’ provides a safe and creative learning environment for children and students with additional learning needs who either attend school on a part-time basis or are unable to attend school at all, between the ages of 0-16 years.

LATCH - Welsh Children's Cancer Charity - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Having a child diagnosed with cancer or leukemia comes as a devastating blow. When a child has been diagnosed with cancer or leukemia, the chemotherapy treatment can last from six months to three years, with follow-up treatment and check-ups meaning a child could be under medical supervision for ...

Lucy Faithfull Foundation UK - Shore website - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith Lucy Faithfull Foundation UK brings the Shore website to you, which aims to provide a safe space online for teenagers who are worried about sexual behaviour. Worried about sexual thoughts or behaviour? Are you worried about your own or someone else’s sexual thoughts, feelings or actions? We can ...

Lucy Faithfull Foundation UK and Ireland resources/website - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

We work across Wales to ensure that parents, carers and professionals are as best placed as they can be to protect children from sexual abuse. Prevention is at the heart of our work. We work closely with local authorities, LSCBs, police, the government, the voluntary sector, families and...

Max Appeal - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Our mission is to try to ensure that every person with 22q11.2 deletion lives an independent and prosperous a life as possible. That's not mission impossible! - We run events for people of all ages to share experiences, develop and learn. - We provide information and resources. - We provide...

Mini First Aid Cardiff and Newport - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Our Multi Award winning classes are delivered in a relaxed and comfortable style and give you confidence to know what actions to take if faced with a medical emergency. Mini First Aid offers a range of classes for all the family; parents, grandparents, carers and for children as young as three...

Mudiad Meithrin - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith Mudiad Meithrin is a voluntary organisation and is the main provider of Welsh-medium early years care and education in the voluntary sector. Our aim is to give every young child in Wales the opportunity to benefit from early years care and education experiences through the medium of Welsh. We...

National Adoption Service - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith National Adoption Service for Wales is an innovative collaborative for provision of adoption services. It brought together Welsh local authority adoption services into a 3 tier structure which includes partnerships with Voluntary Adoption Agencies based in Wales, Health and Education Services. ...

National Youth Advocacy Service (NYAS) - Vale of Glamorgan - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

NYAS provide confidential, professional independent advocacy services to children and young people who are known to the Vale of Glamorgan, who are: - Looked after. Advocacy support can involve issues such as: Contact with family, placement planning, disabilities, transition, short breaks,...

Newlife the charity for disabled children - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Every day, Newlife is changing the lives of disabled and terminally ill children across the UK. We provide thousands of items of equipment every year. Fast-tracking delivery, to prevent suffering and when time is very precious. Childhood cancers, birth defects, accidents, diseases and infections ...

NYLO (Nutrition for Your Little One) - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

NYLO is a free 8 week programme that can help families feel more confident to provide a healthy, balanced diet for their child and help them to be a healthy weight. Over the 8 weeks the programme covers: - A healthy, balanced diet for young children - Correct portion sizes and healthy snack...

Odeon - Autism Friendly Cinema Screenings - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The ODEON hold Autism friendly screenings which are mainstream films shown in a sensory friendly environment. Lights are low, sound is turned down, trailers are omitted and people can bring their own food, make noise and move around the cinema as they feel comfortable. The screenings are for...

Period Dignity - Menstruation Help - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith Free period products can be delivered to pupils in a safe, practical and dignified way. The Vale of Glamorgan Council has been supporting families to ensure period dignity for women and girls from low income households. Ongoing support has been provided and products have been available via...

Prevention Service - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith The Prevention Service aim to support and work with 8 to 17-year-olds who are considered to be at risk of offending or anti-social behaviour. Prevention Case meetings are made up of a number of representatives of different agencies (e.g. police, schools, health and social services) with the...

Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD) Family Support Group - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD) Family Support Group was formed in 1991. Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD) is an inherited, relatively rare condition associated with the abnormality of cilia (microscopic hairs that beat in the airways, sweeping secretions out of the respiratory tract). PCD...

Professional Nanny - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

- Wrap around care - Homework help - Trained teachers asst - DBS checked - Gift for child on registration

Rainbow and 1 Group - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Rainbow and the 1 Group is a weekly term time only pop in a play session for children aged up to five who have additional needs. Rainbow has joined with the 1 Group (previously run virtually) to provide a supportive environment for children and families to get together to have fun, access...

React Charity - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

React is a dynamic charity working to improve the quality of life for children with life-shortening illnesses living in financially disadvantaged households throughout the UK.

Restricted Growth Association (RGA) UK - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Restricted Growth Association (RGA) is a registered charity (No 261647) that provides information and support to people of restricted growth and their families. The RGA provides support to those experiencing the social and medical consequences of restricted growth (dwarfism). Our goal is to ...

Retina UK - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Retina UK is the national charity for families living with inherited retinal dystrophies. We fund research and provide information and support to those affected by inherited sight loss and the professionals who support them. Helpline: 0300 111 4000 – Our helpline is operated by volunteers all...

RNIB Children and Family Services - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith RNIB Cymru is Wales’ largest sight loss organisation. RNIB work with visually impaired children and young people, their families and the professionals who support them to promote good quality education and social experiences. Direct support services include: Family Support; Early Years;...

Road Safety Unit - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Our programme consists of: • In-car safety e.g. chid car seat advice • Child Pedestrian Training • Cycle Training • Pass Plus Cymru for 17 - 25 year olds • "Scooter smart" for 16 to 18 year olds • Occasional Child Pedestrian Training • Motorbike safe, ranges from as soon as they pass their test. ...

Round Table Children's Wish - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Round Table Children’s Wish is a registered charity dedicated to granting handcrafted wishes for children and young people with life threatening illnesses. We pride ourselves on our supportive and caring approach in every aspect of our work, but most importantly in the granting of wishes. We do...

Royal Society for Blind Children - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

For over 150 years The Royal Society for Blind Children (formerly known as The Royal Blind Society) has been helping blind children and young people (age 0 – 25) live a life without limits. Our qualified and experienced Family Practitioners provide support to children, young people, and families ...

Same but Different: Cost of Living Support - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

We know that there are many families affected by rare diseases and disabilities who are struggling with the cost of living crisis… and we want to help you. That’s why, working alongside our partners, we’ve created a list of resources to help you at this challenging time. We have also...

Senior Transport Officer ALN (Additional Learning Needs ) - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith We provide transport to children with additional learning needs. Home to School transport for Children with additional needs.

Sense Of Play Project - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The sessions are carried out in the family home on a 1:1 basis. Activities focus on play, interaction and child development. The sessions aim to support parents to recognise the different stages of their child's development and the role they play in enhancing this further. Sessions are up to 1...

Sibs - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Sibs is the only UK charity representing the needs of siblings of disabled people. Siblings have a lifelong need for information, they often experience social and emotional isolation, and have to cope with difficult situations. They also want to have positive relationships with their disabled...

Society for Mucopolysaccharide Diseases - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The MPS Society is the only UK charity supporting individuals and families affected by MPS and related diseases. We offer an individual advocacy support service with skilled and experienced staff who can offer you a wide range of support depending on you or your family’s needs. The rarity of...

Speech and Language Advice Line - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith The Speech and Language Therapist will be able to give helpful information about how talking develops and suggest activities which you can do to encourage play skills, understanding of language, using words and general communication.

Staying safe away from home – a guide for parents - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Getting the balance right between allowing children their independence and ensuring their safety when away from home can be difficult. A guide produced by the NSPCC provides advice and practical tips to parents on judging if a child is ready to be out on their own and how to prepare them for...

Talk With Me - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith The Welsh Government have launched the ‘Talk with Me’ campaign page, it includes sections for parents and practitioners, with information and resources to help children with learning to talk. Resources will be updated and added as they are developed over the course of the campaign. Every child...

Team Around the Family - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Team Around the Family is part of the Vale of Glamorgan's Early Help provision supporting Children, Young People (aged 0-18) and their Families, who may benefit from additional support to overcome difficulties and make positive changes. We will complete a Wellbeing Assessment to identify...

Teulu Service (family) Hafod - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Teulu Service consists of 5 temporary RSL properties, floating support and drop-in services. Temporary accommodation: 5 units are dedicated to vulnerable families living in designated RSL properties. Support workers will provide a flexible model of support which is tailored to meet...

TGP Cymru - Refugee and Asylum Project (RAP) for children and young people - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

TGP Cymru’s Refugee and Asylum Programme (RAP) offers a holistic and rights-based approach to supporting and empowering young people. We Offer: Specialist independent professional advocacy Mentoring Group well-being / counselling Participation Belong youth group Peer mentoring scheme Advice &...

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

We are the charity for people with severe learning disabilities, whose behaviour challenges. We’re making a difference to the lives of children and adults across the UK through: - providing information about challenging behaviour - peer support groups for family carers and professionals -...

The Childcare Offer in the Vale of Glamorgan - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith The Childcare Offer for Wales is available in the Vale of Glamorgan. Funding starts the term after your child’s 3rd birthday and is made up of 12.5 hours per week of nursery education (in a school nursery*) and 17.5 hours per week in a registered childcare setting during term time. Check our...

The Down's Syndrome Association - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

We are Wales-wide organisation providing information, advice and support on all aspects of living with Down's syndrome. We provide support from pre-birth throughout life and have a range of specialist advisors and resources to help anyone with an interest in Down's syndrome. We have a...

The Index for Children and Young People with Disabilities or Additional Needs (Vale) - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith The Index is a record of children and young people who have disabilities or additional needs, living in the Vale of Glamorgan. By signing up to The Index families will receive regular information about new services, schemes, events and activities, via the newsletter The Index and regular...

The Intersensory Club - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

1. Adaptive Cycling Club in Jenner Park Stadium, Barry 2. Changing benches, and pool access for wheelchairs at Cardiff International Pool 3. All terrain beach wheelchairs at Barry Island 4. Adaptive Power Boat, BCWAC, Barry Waterfront, Tuesday, 11am til 4pm, April until September. 5. Interactive ...

The Listener - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Hello, I would like to introduce myself, I am a private sub-contractor Counsellor I offer individual and group intervention for schools and the workplace. Please find attached my brochure. Please reply if you would like more information and please share with anyone who may be interested. I...

The Movement Centre - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Movement Centre works with children and their families from across the UK to provide a unique, evidence-based therapy called 'Targeted Training.' The children who visit The Movement Centre have cerebral palsy, global developmental delay (GDD), or other problems of movement control. A course...

The PDA Society - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

We provide information, support and training about PDA for individuals, families and professionals. We aim to increase acceptance and understanding of a PDA profile and to improve outcomes for individuals and families by focusing everyone involved on ‘what helps’. The PDA Society is led and run...

Thrive Cardiff - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Thrive Cardiff is a lively active support group for families that include a child/young adult with special needs. The group is organised and managed by parents. The families include children with a range of disabilities, including Autism, ADHD, Aspergers and Down Syndrome. It offers...

Tros Gynnal Plant (TGP) - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith TGP Cymru is a leading independent Welsh children’s charity working with some of the most vulnerable and marginalised children, young people and families in Wales. They may be experiencing difficulties in accessing appropriate services in health, education or social care – these include children ...

Ty Hafan - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Ty Hafan provides specialist palliative care to life limited children and their families. We provide this care for children and young people up to the age of 18. Specialist palliative care may include end of life care, bereavement care, short break care, emotional support and outreach services....

Tŷ Hapus Counselling Service - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith At Tŷ Hapus our mission is to provide support for those with Dementia and their families. Tŷ Hapus free counselling offers you the chance to talk in a safe and confidential space whether it’s for support with life’s challenges or just someone to talk to.

Understanding your teenagers brain (for teenagers only) - FREE online course - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith Understanding your teenagers brain is a free online course for teenagers. - Have you noticed changes in your behaviour? - Do you sleep more than you used to? - Want to know more why teenagers are more open minded? Your brain is changing. Find out more.

Vale Adaptive Cycling Club - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Vale Adaptive Cycling Club operates on Wednesdays and Fridays from 1pm - 4pm. Weather permitting. We run from March until September. We have specialist adaptive bikes, trikes, tandems etc enabling young children, young people and adults with varying disabilities to access and enjoy the...

Vale Adaptive Power Boat Club - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Boat Club is operated from Barry Community Activity Water Centre. Provides power boat experiences for disabled children, young people and adults, who are wheelchair users or with limited mobility. The boat has drop-down bow and large open deck to accommodate wheelchairs. The boat club operates...

Vale Domestic Abuse Services - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

We are here to create transformative, lasting change in the Vale of Glamorgan Community in making sure domestic abuse, sexual violence, and any other form of violence against women, children and girls cannot, and will not, be excused. Our mission is to give hope to all those affected by domestic ...

Vale Families First Advice Line - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith The Families First Advice Line provides advice and support to families that will enable them to resolve their concerns independently, or will assist in identifying appropriate services to be refer onto. Families First Advice Line will aim to: • Listen and provide advice on how you can meet your ...

Vale Family Information Service (FIS) - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

We are a one stop shop for families in the Vale of Glamorgan. We provide information on childcare, activities for children and young people and family support services in the Vale. This includes: registered and unregistered childcare, parent & toddler groups, holiday schemes and leisure...

Vale of Glamorgan Flying Start - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith We provide a variety of services to support parents to enable every child to have a flying start in life. This includes: - Funded childcare in a choice of settings for children from the term after their second birthday to the term after their third birthday 2.5 hours per day 39 weeks per year....

Vale of Glamorgan Intake Team (Social Services) - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Intake Team are the first point of contact for anyone raising new concerns about the welfare of a child or new information about a child already known to the team. The team provides an assessment service as well as signposting to other appropriate services. You can contact us to request a...

Vale Parenting Service - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith We support families with children between 0-18 across the Vale of Glamorgan in order to build on strengths and make positive changes, enabling parents to feel more confident in managing; behaviour, routines and boundaries. We also focus on promoting emotional wellbeing and supporting positive...

Vale People First - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

We are a self advocacy organisation run by people with a learning disability in the Vale of Glamorgan. We run meetings and groups to talk about what is important to us. We tell service providers what works for us and what doesn't. We run lots of social gatherings and introduce people to...

Vale Short Breaks - Action For Children - Ty Robin Goch - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

This residential service aims to enrich the life experiences of disabled children and young people by providing a wide range of learning and fun opportunities tailored to the individual need. Parents and carers are also able to take a break from their caring responsibilities while their children ...

Vale Youth Speak Up - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Vale People First run a youth speak up group for 16 - 25 year olds with a disability. The aim of the group is to speak up for the rights of people with disabilities. The group make films, fight for their rights, disability awareness, make friends, speak up for themselves, train parents and...

Victoria Fry approved home childcare provider (Nanny) - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

I provide childcare in the family home. I have my Paediatric First Aid, DBS checked fully insured

Voices From Care Cymru - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

VOICES FROM CARE is an organisation for young people who are or have been looked after by local authorities in Wales. What makes us unique is the fact that the organisation is run by people who have experienced the care system themselves. VOICES FROM CARE aims to create opportunities for all...

'Where You Stand' online information guide for carers of people with learning disabilities - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith Where You Stand is an online information resource for parents, carers, disabled children and adults with learning disabilities. Where You Stand is an extensive guide written by carers of people with a learning disability for carers. It has information on carers rights, how to navigate the...

Wizzybug Loan Scheme - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Wizzybug Loan Scheme provides FREE fun, powered wheelchairs to disabled children aged 14 months - 5 years. It's run by the national charity Designability. Children with conditions such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida and spinal muscular atrophy can learn vital movement skills, independence,...

YMCA - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith YMCA is the oldest and largest youth charity in the world. In England and Wales, we intensively support 228,000 young people every year, ensuring each young person we meet has an opportunity to belong, contribute and thrive. Please see our website to find your nearest YMCA, offering...

YMCA - Vale Young Carers Project - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith The Vale Young Carers project provides respite (break), 1-2-1 support and advocacy for young carers living in the Vale of Glamorgan. Provides an opportunity to meet other young carers and to have some fun across The Vale of Glamorgan. Young Carers are young people aged 7 to 18 who help care for...

Young Lives vs Cancer (previously CLIC Sargent) - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Young Lives vs Cancer is a cancer charity for children and young people and their families. We provide clinical, practical, financial and emotional support to help them cope with cancer and get the most out of life. Young Lives vs Cancer fights tirelessly for children and young people with...

Youth Justice and Early support Service - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

Iaith Gwaith The Youth Justice and Early Support Service (YJESS) works with children and young people aged between 8 and 17 years who are taking part in, or at risk of becoming involved in anti-social or offending behaviour and the victims of their crime/behaviour. Our vision is to support young people to...

Youth Wellbeing - Family support services (Opens in a new window)

The Families First Youth Wellbeing Service is a Welsh Government funded project based on a multi-agency approach for supporting young people. The Youth Wellbeing Service offers targeted support for young people who have faced adverse childhood experiences which are significantly affecting their...