Our Partners

We partner with many organisations whose support, experience and expertise enables us to make such a positive difference to the lives of thousands of older people across Wales every year.

We work with the Welsh Government, local authorities and private companies to help and support older people to live independently in warm, safe and accessible homes.

Without the support and funding of our partners our work would not be possible.

Together we are improving homes and changing lives of thousands of older people across Wales each year.

 

  • Welsh Government
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    Our Core Caseworker and Rapid Response Adaptations Service is funded in partnership with the Welsh Government. 

    Websitewww.gov.wales

    Twitter:@WelshGovernment

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  • Care & Repair Cymru
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    Care & Repair Cymru - is a vital link between the WG and the Agencies to ensure the development of the service provision and its sustainability on a local basis. An arrangement to that effect now exists between Care & Repair Cymru and Care and Repair Agencies, which is reflected within the Collective Working Strategy agreement.

    Website: www.careandrepair.org.uk

    Twitter: @CRCymru

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  • Bridgend County Borough Council
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    Bridgend County Care and Repair has a long standing partnership with the Local Authority. All our staff at the agency have excellent links with council staff helping each other to provide appropriate services for those who need it most within the area. We are able to do this by being partners with various services Bridgend County Care and Repair offers such as the Bridgend Stair Lift and Bathing Grant Schemes, Telecare, the Minor Adaptions Scheme, Healthy Homes Assistance and the Co-ordinated falls project

    Website: www.bridgend.gov.uk

    Twitter @bridgendCBC

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  • Abertaw Bro Morgannwg University Health Board
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    Bridgend County Care and Repair work in partnership with ABMU Health Board, mainly in relation to prevention of accident and illness and timely patient discharge from hospital. This is used alongside our schemes which facilitate hospital discharge such as the Emergency Pressures and Hospital to Home service as well as the Healthy Homes Project in the North and West Primary Care Clusters.

    Websitewww.wales.nhs.uk

     

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  • BAVO
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    Valleys to Coast provide Bridgend County Care and Repair with an annual donation towards our core service. The agency works in partnership delivering a range of services to V2C tenants such as Telecare services and DFG grants.

    Website: www.v2c.org.uk

    Twitter:@ValleystoCoast

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