Carers Trust Wales is working proactively to improve access to resources and information through the medium of Welsh.

The following publications are available in Welsh:

 Canllaw Arfer Da

Supporting Students with Caring Responsibilities: A Good Practice Guide

A Wales-specific, user-friendly resource, this toolkit was developed in partnership with Learning and Work Institute to increase awareness of student carers and their specific needs, promote existing good practice from colleges and carers services and offering expert recommendations.

 

 Canllaw i Arfer Gorau ar gyfer Gofal Dementia Argraffiad Cymru

The Triangle of Care: Carers Included: A Guide to Best Practice for Dementia Care, Wales Edition

Supports acute hospitals to ensure carers of people with dementia are identified and supported.

 

 Syniadau ac Ymarfer i Brifysgolion helpu Myfyrwyr sy’n Gofalu gael Mynediad i a Llwyddo mewn Addysg Uwch

Supporting Students with Caring Responsibilities: Ideas and Practice for Universities to Help Student Carers Access and Succeed in Higher Education

This resource will enable universities and services supporting young adult carers to gain a greater understanding of the challenges that this group of students face and how they can be better supported to access and succeed in higher education.

 

Gofalwyr Ifanc mewn Ysgolion Offer Canllaw Cam wrth Gam (Cymru)

Young Carers in Schools Step-by-step Guide tools (Wales)

Designed with teachers and schools staff, this resource helps make the identification and support of young carers in schools in primary and secondary schools in Wales as easy as possible.

 

 

Welsh Language Scheme

Carers Trust has adopted the principle that in carrying out our work in Wales we will treat the Welsh and English languages on the basis of equality.

Our Welsh Language Scheme explains how Carers Trust will put into effect these principles in the provision of services for the public in Wales, wherever practical and appropriate.

Carers Trust launched its Welsh Language Scheme in October 2014. We are now in our second year of implementing the scheme, working together as a UK wide organisation alongside the Welsh Language Commissioner’s Office.

We have submitted our Year 1 Report and our Progress Plan is available on request. 

FileView our Welsh Language Scheme (Word, 48KB)