Information and advice
Mencap Cymru's services team provide a wide range of support services to help people live the lives they want to live. Mencap Cymru provides information and advice to people with a learning disability, their families and carers, and professionals.
We can help interpret information, and can offer guidance on accessing services, healthcare, welfare and benefits, education, and other areas which are important to people with a learning disability.
Mencap WISE is a free service that offers support, advice and information in English and Welsh. This new service is available to everyone in Wales, whether you are a person with a learning a learning disability, a family member or a friend. We can give you the information you need to understand the rights of people with a learning disability and to support them to access services or challenge decisions.
Call our freephone service:
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mencap Cymru's Work Preparation service provides a 12 week programme for people with a learning disability.
Mencap WISE is a free service offering information and support on learning disability issues for people in Wales
Yn ddiweddar, cysylltodd Carys* â Llinell Gymorth Anabledd Dysgu Cymru; mae wedi ysgrifennu yma am ei phrofiad.
Carys* recently contacted The Wales Learning Disability Helpline, here she writes about her experience
Mae Kelly yw Fam. Mae’n dweud wrthym am ei phrofiad gyda’r Gwasanaethau Cymdeithasol, a’i brwydr i gael ei phlant yn ôl.
Mae Mencap Cymru yn lansio set o Becynnau Gwybodaeth Gyfreithiol sy’n ymdrin â hawliau pobl ag anabledd dysgu ar bynciau sy’n amrywio o dai ac addysg i iechyd a gofal cymdeithasol.
We have launched a set of Legal Toolkits covering the rights of people with a learning disability on topics ranging from housing and education to health and social care.
Kelly is a mother. She tells us about her experience of Social Services and her fight to get her children back.
Download our free legal toolkits, produced by Mencap Cymru and Cardiff Law School. The toolkits are designed to help people with a learning disability, their families and carers to access health and social care services in Wales.
Ychydig flynyddoedd yn ôl hysbysebwyd Llinell Gymorth Anabledd Dysgu Cymru ar raglen yn ymwneud â Throsedd Casineb. Pan welodd Dewi* hyn penderfynodd ein ffonio ni
When Dewi saw The Wales Learning Disability Helpline advertised on a programme about hate crime he decided to ring us. He never imagined how much this would change his life.
Sam and his family enjoyed a free holiday courtesy of the Helpline. Find out how.
Mae anabledd dysgu ar Aled ac mae’n byw ar ei ben ei hun. Mae’n annibynnol iawn; mae’n gyrru ac yn ymdopi’n dda o ddydd i ddydd. Mae'n derbyn cefnogaeth gan y Llinell Gymorth Anabledd Dysgu Cymru.
Aled has a learning disability and lives by himself. He is a very independent, drives and manages well day to day. He has received support from the Wales Learning Disability helpline.