Respite care in Wales- other useful resources
Useful organisations and more information about respite care for carers and people with dementia.
- Respite care in Wales
- How is respite care provided in Wales?
- Types of respite care in Wales
- How is respite care funded in Wales?
- Giving information to respite care providers in Wales
- Respite care: tips for carers in Wales
- Adapting to respite care in Wales
- You are here: Respite care in Wales- other useful resources
Ty John Pathy
13/14 Neptune Court
Cardiff CF24 5P
Aims to improve later life for everyone through information and advice, services, campaigns, products, training and research.
Your local Citizens Advice can provide information and advice in confidence or point you in the right direction to further sources of support. Trained Citizens Advice advisers can offer information on benefits in a way that is easy to understand. To find your nearest Citizens Advice, look in the phone book, ask at your local library or look on the website (above). Opening times vary.
Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales
Welsh Government office
Rhydycar Business Park
Merthyr Tydfil CF48 1UZ
Regulates, inspects and reviews all adult social care services in the public, private and voluntary sectors in Wales.
Ynys Bridge Court
Cardiff CF15 9SS
Provides information and advice about caring,alongside practical and emotional support for carers.
Carers Trust Wales
33–35 Cathedral Road
Cardiff CF11 9HBT
Works to improve support services and recognition for anyone living with the challenges of caring, unpaid, for a family member or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or addiction problems.
Shared Lives Plus
G04 The Cotton Exchange
Old Hall Street
Liverpool L3 9JR
0151 227 3499
UK network for family-based and small-scale ways of supporting adults through Shared Lives carers.
Turn2us helps people in financial need gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and other financial help. They also provide information on grants that may be able to support people to access help and support.
Further information and resources
Last reviewed: May 2017
Next review due: May 2020
Reviewed by: Nick Andrews, Research and Practice Development Officer, Wales School for Social Care Research, Swansea University
This factsheet has also been reviewed by people affected by dementia.
A list of sources is available on request.