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0808 800 3333
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There is free and confidential information, advice and support for disabled people, their families and professionals in Wales on a variety of issues including:
Nest is the Welsh Government's fuel poverty scheme, available to everyone in Wales. You can get free advice on saving energy, making sure you're on the best fuel tariff for you as well as general money management and benefits advice. Call 0808 808 2244.
Shelter Cymru offers independent specialist advice, advocacy and legal representation for anyone with housing problems.
Care and Repair Cymru is a network of 22 agencies that works to ensure that all older people have homes that are safe, secure and appropriate to their needs across Wales.
Community Housing Cymru Group offers specialist support for people with a range of needs including older and disabled people and people with learning difficulties.
Welsh Tenants has a support line on 01685 723922 available to both social and private tenants.
Disability Wales – housing benefit information (English pdf)
Jobs Growth Wales is for young people that are job ready but have had difficulty securing employment. It provides unemployed young people aged 16-24, with a job opportunity for 6 months paid at or above the national minimum wage for a minimum of 25 hours per week.
SNAP Cymru raises awareness of issues related to SEN, disability and other barriers to inclusion including exclusion from school and education, disengagement from education, employment or training, poverty, deprivation, English or Welsh as a second language. There are offices all over Wales - call 0845 120 3730.
Health in Wales is the gateway to information about health and health services in Wales.
Carers UK Wales helps the 350,000+ people in Wales who care for family or friends.
Easy Read Health Wales offers easy read information on a wide variety of topics on health and well-being.
AWARES, the All Wales Autism Resource, aims to provide you with links to all of the autism information and resources you could need within Wales, and also to useful online resources outside of Wales.
Children’s Commissioner for Wales protects children and young people and their rights.
Equality and Human Rights Commission for Wales champions equality and human rights for everyone living or working in Wales.
These services are run by and for disabled people. Please note that these contact details are for local enquiries only.
Hi, im Tony, i live in carmarthenshire and need a full british uk travell pass for transportation, but it seems that if you live in wales, u only get a pass within wales.
I'm living in pimlico and finding out through the governments new benifits scheme that even though i am disabled and have been for 25 years I'm not entitled to any money, meaning because my partner works more than a certain amount of hours.
Last August I had a review for my ESA.I have chronic lymphedema in my lower legs and cannot walk very far at all.They gave me no points at all.The day I attended my legs were badly swollen and I was wearing my Velcro wraps.I had to get a friend to take me as I was unable to drive,I was told I should apply for a national health wheelchair and get an accessible job.I am doing my utmost to stay out of a wheelchair and very much doubt I could propel myself as I broke my arm and get a lot of pain.When my legs and feet are very swollen I cannot get any shoes on am I expected to go to work with no shoes on If indeed I can drive my car to get there.
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