Annual General Meeting 2017

Age Connects North Wales Central held its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 18th July 2017. The AGM was well attended by various members of the Conwy and Denbighshire communities, the Third Sector and Public Sector organisations.

Neil Bryson, Trustee chaired the proceedings, whilst Barry Haines, CEO presented the Chief Executives Report and Financial Report with contributions from project managers; Alison Price (Welsh Speaker) and Sue Wright. Chad Rogerson from North Wales Fire and Rescue Service followed on with an excellent presentation of the various services that the organisation offers. Together with information stands from Home Instead and NatWest Community Bankers, we were able to promote future networking opportunities.

The attendees later retired for refreshments including freshly made homemade cakes, courtesy of our veterans and forums coordinator, Jayne Spencer, which went down a treat.

A really good effort from everybody – feedback was very positive – ‘very enjoyable AGM’.

Thank you to all who attended on the day.

Barry Haines, CEO

Is there a home care crisis in the region?

BBC News has recently run an article on its website about this most vexing of topics, a social tragedy hidden from view.

You will find the article, “Home care firms in Wales facing ‘desperate’ pressures”, at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-39321818

What do you think? Has it affected someone you know? Do you or do they need help or advice? Let us know.

Speak UP rolls out!

Recently we have been taking the Speak UP project to more care homes in the region. We have a presence in all three counties: Conwy, Denbighshire, and Gwynedd.

After a pilot scheme run over the Winter months we have refined the programme somewhat, and starting early March 2017 another cycle of Care Home visits by our volunteers is under way. There has been a lot of positive feedback from care home staff and residents alike, and now we are looking forward expanding the project in the coming months.

Heat Hero Ted Evans receives his National Award

Last September  94 year old Ted Evans travelled to London to receive his award in Parliament.

Click here for the full story

A day in the life of Age Connects

December 14th, 2015, on video.

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