Our work in Wales
In Wales, we support individuals to live, learn and work as independently as they choose, whatever their ability. Led by people with experience of disability, we are at the heart of local life — opening doors to opportunity, choice and support in communities around the globe.
We work in local communities to provide people with opportunity, choice and support.
Dolywern is home for 30 adults with physical disabilities. We’re near the small town of Chirk, surrounded by green hills - and the Ceiriog River runs through the grounds. We have local shops, restaurants, pubs, a library and a swimming pool and we’re close to Oswestry and Wrexham.
In the peaceful village of Radyr, Danybryn is home for 30 adults with physical disabilities. Our home is surrounded by extensive landscaped gardens, and is a short walk from shops, cafes, churches, local library and beauty salon. We’re about five miles from Cardiff city centre.
Outside the seaside town of Colwyn Bay, Eithinog is home for 34 adults with physical disabilities. We have the beach, promenade, indoor shopping centre, swimming pool and cinema nearby. And we’re close to the larger seaside resort of Llandudno.
In the peaceful, rural outskirts of Caerleon in South Wales, Llanhennock Lodge is home for 34 adults with physical disabilities. Our home is surrounded by beautiful views of the countryside and with the Breacon Beacons, Wye Valleys and South Wales coast nearby, there’s always plenty to enjoy. Newport is a short drive away.
In a peaceful wooded area, Ty Cwm is home for 20 adults with physical disabilities. We’re a short drive from Carmarthen town centre, and are close to local attractions including the National Botanic Gardens of Wales and the Millennium Coastal Park.