Developing ICT skills and networks of support.
Find out more about the different projects in Wales.
We want people with a learning disability in Wales to be valued equally, listened to and included. Our projects help people get their voices heard, become more independent, and have a say in the future of their communities.
Supporting older people with a learning disability to have an input into local decision making.
Improving access to leisure facilities for young people with a learning disability in Wales.
Mencap Cymru has won lottery funding for a new heritage project called Hidden Now Heard. The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has awarded £292,900 for the unique national project by Mencap Cymru, which will highlight the hidden heritage of people with a learning disability in Wales.
Find out about a new training programme on challenging behaviour that has been researched and developed by Mencap Cymru.
In 2000 Mencap Cymru officially linked with the Lesotho Society for Mentally Handicapped People (LSMHP) which is an organisation for people with a learning disability.
A project working with the City and County of Swansea to help people with a learning disability input into planning and delivering the services they receive.
Working with young people with a learning disability to help them achieve their potential, and raising awareness of learning disabilities among business and organisations in Wales