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Care Inspectorate Wales

Formally the CSSIW, Care Inspectorate Wales encourages the improvement of social care, early years and social services by regulating, inspecting and reviewing and providing professional advice to Ministers and policy makers.

Click to read our 2012, 20142015, 2016 and 2017 inspections of our Ceiriosen Bren residential home in Plwmp, Ceredigion.

You can read our latest inspection reports for our Gelynnen residential home, Pencader for 201320142015, 2016 or 2018.

You can read our latest inspection report for our Ty Pin Coed residential home, Mynyddygarreg for 2015 and 2017.

You can read our latest inspection report for our Domiciliary Care operation for 2017.

Social Care Wales

Formally the Care Council for Wales, Social Care Wales ensures the social care workforce in Wales is safe to practice; has the right skills and qualifications to work to a high professional standard and is attracting the right amount of people into its ranks to deliver quality care now and in the future.

Autism Cymru

Autism Cymru is Wales’ National Charity for Autism and since 2001 has worked in collaboration with others in the public and voluntary sector to influence major policy changes. Autism Cymru has made great strides in raising the profile of Autism in Wales through high level campaigning.

Mencap

Mencap works with people with a learning disability to change laws, challenge prejudice and support them to live their lives as they choose. Everything Mencap does is about valuing and supporting people with a learning disability, and their families and carers.

Care Forum Wales

Care Forum Wales represents 500+ care homes and independent care sector organisations across Wales. Care Forum Wales work to help members provide high-quality services for the elderly and others in need of social care. CFW members are private and voluntary organisations who run care homes, day care centres, home help services and respite care facilities for adults and children across Wales.

Welsh Language Policy

Our ambition is to treat Welsh and English equally in every situation, without exception. We will ensure that we make constant progress towards achieving this ambition, and our Welsh Language Policy sets out our current commitments in relation to using Welsh and also, where appropriate, sets targets to help us develop our use of Welsh. You can read this policy (pdf document) here.