Local Authority support & Info available to those who need it. contact Adult Services on 01446 700111.
Support Available is in place for Day Service Users to provide crucial lunchtime support to those without family, friends, or neighbours who are able to support. Contact Rondel House Tel: 01446 745933 or the Crisis Team on 01446 700111
Hot meal lunchtime delivery & support also available. Please contact Rondel House
Tel: 01446 745922 or the Crisis Team
Tel: 01446 700111
Is committed to improving its services for those living with Dementia and began our journey in February of this year with all staff undertaking Dementia Awareness Training after our Community Development Officer met with Elin Jones of Ty Hapus to discuss Dementia Friendly Project in the area.
Moving forward, Barry Town Council are keen to continue supporting Dementia Friendly Initiatives and are hoping to work with the Shop Local Barry Group to introduce even more Dementia Friendly Initiatives.
Below are contact details for Dementia Friendly Steering Groups in the Vale. Please contact direct for more info in your area. Or you would like to join a dementia friendly community steering group.
Barry Town Dementia Friendly Steering Group
Chairman: Jane Weldon
Volunteer Dementia Champion Alzheimer's Society
Cowbridge Dementia Friendly Steering Group
Chairman: Steven Blackman.
Penarth Dementia Friendly Steering Group.
Chairman: Philip Batchelor
Feel Good-Join In
Carers Week 2020 is taking place from 8th - 14th June. This year's theme is 'Making Caring Visible'.
Carer's Week Team are currently working hard to bring all of this to life. And will be in touch soon with some brand new resources.
Coronavirus (COVID-190 AND SCAMS
Be aware of people offering or selling
Coronavirus testing kits. These are only offered to the NHS
Vaccines or miracle cures. There is none so far.
overpriced or Fake Goods goods to protect yourself from Coronavirus.
Shopping or Medication services.
Offers to clean your home of Coronavirus
If you are unsure check with Family or Friends before accepting offers of Help.
Carers Support and Information
If you are looking after a relative, neighbour or friend who is unable to manage at home due to long term illness, age, disability or substance misuse you are a carer. By a carer, we do not mean an agency worker, paid or volunteer carer. Caring can be rewarding but it can also affect your homelike, work life, free time and your relationship with the person you care for. You don’t have to live in the same house as that person to be their carer. Carers are not paid a wage to provide support and are sometimes referred to as unpaid/family/informal carers.
A Young carer is defined as someone under 18 who provides care on an unpaid basis for another person. The person they look after may be a parent, brother or sister, a grandparent or another relative.