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.
Mae Motivate Carmarthenshire yn brosiect Mencap Cymru sy’n cynorthwyo pobl ag anabledd dysgu I gael presenoldeb gweledol a werthfawrogir yn eu cymuned, wrth ddatblygu sgiliau ymarferol. Mae Motivate Carmarthenshire wedi bod yn brysur ers rhai misoedd. Cawsom sgwrs gyda nhw I ddarganfod beth maen nhw wedi bod yn ei wneud.
Motivate Carmarthenshire is a Mencap Cymru project that supports people with a learning disability to have a visible and valued presence within their community, whilst developing practical skills. Motivate Carmarthenshire have had a busy few months. We catch up with them to find out what they have been doing.
Un o’r pethau sy’n rhwystro cynnwys pobl ag anabledd dysgu fwyaf yw agweddau’r cyhoedd. Ein gwaith mewn cymunedau ledled Cymru yw ceisio newid hyn fesul person.
One of the biggest barriers to inclusion of people with a learning disability is public attitudes. Our work in communities across Wales is trying to change this person by person.
Wrth i ni gychwyn ar y flwyddyn newydd, mae arna i eisiau rhannu â chi rai o wir lwyddiannau ein gwaith ar Linell Gymorth Anabledd Dysgu Cymru a’r Mencap Cymru ehangach.
Stories about the real impact our helpline staff make on the lives of people with a learning disability and their families across Wales.
Teithiodd Dot, Mike a Sara i Dde Affrica i siarad am eiriolaeth. Cael gwybod mwy am eu taith
Mike, Dot and Sara have been training advocates in South Africa.
Eddie Wadsworth has been living in Mencap supported housing for ten years. Eddie recently took part in fundraising events that raised £1,200 towards Mencap Cymru’s Hidden Now Heard Project
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.
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.