Welcome to Conwy Connect for Learning Disabilities

Conwy Connect for Learning Disabilities was set up in 1997 to help promote the rights of people with learning disabilities living within the county of Conwy and more recently across North Wales. Our aims include ensuring people have equality of choice and opportunity in the community they live in. We provide an essential link between all stakeholders whilst keeping members up-to-date of relevant changes in learning disability services.

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Job Vacancy

An opportunity has arisen at Conwy Connect for an Engagement Co-ordinator. Please find details of the vacant position below. Contact Sue Milburn at the office or e mail: conwy.connect@gmail.com for further information

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Engage Advert Nov 2017 Final

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MOS Bulletin September 2017

The latest Moving On Solutions Bulletin is now available in both English and Welsh.

Just click on the links to see it. Below that are MOS activity booking forms in both English and Welsh.

MOS bulletin September 2017 – English

MOS bulletin Cymraeg September 2017

MOS booking forms English September 2017

MOS booking forms Cymraeg September 2017

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Next Events

Don’t miss out! A great night out for only £4! Karaoke Friday 29th September

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Newsletter September 2017

  • Next Event “Learning and Funday ” with Welsh Ambulance Service
  • “Living Options” event
  • Moving On Solutions and Friendship Group
  • Planning for the Future Service
  • Recent Meetings and Events
  • Engagement Service – Connect Forum
  • Connect Buddies and Buddies in Betws
  • Health Improvement Service Paul Ridd Foundation Launch
  • Reading Cicle
  • Conwy Connect AGM celebrating 20 years

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Sept 2017

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Relaunch of the Learning Disability Care Bundles & Paul Ridd Logo Launch

Sue attended the relaunch for the learning disability care bundles and the Paul Ridd Foundation LOGO launch in July.






Sue with Jayne Nicholls and Jon Ridd

The Paul Ridd Foundation created a Logo that can be used as a gentle indicator to hospital staff that their patient needs a little extra care.

This is the LOGO

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