PEOPLE from Wales are being encouraged by a care provider in the country to visit the elderly this Easter as it can be one of the loneliest times of the year for them alongside Christmas (April, 2017).
CARERS in Colwyn Bay are next month (April, 2017) being offered free advice on respite relief by a care agency in the area.
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Five companies are researching high-tech ways to help reduce the anxiety of those living with dementia travelling to hospital appointments.
PEOPLE residing in rural areas with other commitments that might prevent them from taking up a full-time job make ideal employees says an award-winning care provider in Wales (March, 2017).
A WELSH care agency has revealed (March, 2017) it is offering re-training to unemployed individuals who are looking for work.
A movie telling the tragic story of American cult indie band Sparklehorse is set for its Welsh premiere to help raise awareness of mental health issues.
A housing association is aiming to fast track young tenants to rugby stardom - and dreams of playing for Wales.
A police boss says the way drug use is treated as a health issue rather a criminal matter in Portugal could also be the way forward in this country.
A police boss has hit out at suggestions that online paedophiles shouldn't be prosecuted in some cases.
A rugby player who battled cancer has raised more than £3,500 for the cancer centre which treated him to mark the anniversary of his recovery.
PEOPLE from Colwyn Bay who suffer with dementia can receive care at home thanks to a training scheme run by a care provider in the area (March, 2017).
A gold medal-winning chocolate expert is helping North Wales youngsters become real smarties - by mastering maths and science skills in the kitchen.
A North Wales firm that helps promote pop stars including Little Mix, Kathryn Jenkins and Sir Elton John has unveiled a £70,000 investment.
The people of North Wales are being treated like second class citizens when it comes to dealing with sex offenders, according to the North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner.
A North Wales merchandising company that supplies Olympic stars through to local firms is celebrating a successful year by moving into a new base and recruiting more staff.
A pioneering scheme will provide a launchpad into work for 120 unemployed people over the next four years.
A police boss is calling for children to be treated differently by the justice system so their lives are not blighted by being criminalised at an early age.
A solar installation has been hailed as one of the world's best - along with projects at an international airport in India and in the Sahara Desert.
A pioneering approach to cracking data that predicts peaks in demands on health services is being nurtured in North Wales.