We Want Your Feedback !

Perthyn Specialist Support Service is currently undertaking its 3 yearly re-assessment for Autism Accreditation with the National Autistic Society. As part of the assessment, we carry out a survey of autistic people, their families and other professionals who work with our service. We would welcome your feedback , if you are able to contribute then …Continue reading »

Gender Pay Gap

All organisations with 250 or more employees are now required to publish details of their gender pay gap. For us this is based on a snapshot date of the 5th April. This is a measure of the difference between average male and female earnings within the organisation across all roles. Please click here to see …Continue reading »

Open Day – 26th May 2017 – Llanelli

Would you like to join us ? We are currently looking for Support Workers who deliver person centred services for people with a learning disability, ensuring opportunities to develop their skills and actively participate within their home and community We are looking for people with a positive attitude, a calm approach and who are able …Continue reading »

New Trustees Wanted

Perthyn is a well-established charity that provides care and support to over 200 adults with learning difficulties across Wales and England. Working with nine different Local Authorities, Perthyn (a Welsh word for Belonging) is a large not-for-profit social care provider with nearly 800 employees and an annual turnover in excess of £17million. Perthyn is a …Continue reading »

Please vote for Gwilym !

Llanelli Warriors coach Gwilym Lewis is been nominated for disabled coach of the year with BBC Sport Wales Awards 2015 Perthyn is proud to sponsor this initiative and wish Gwilym every success – whether he wins or not, he is a star! http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/34654098 http://www.walessportawards.co.uk/coach-to-disabled-people-gwilym-lewis/      

Learning Disability Wales Annual Conference – Newport 2015

Learning disability Wales (LDW) are holding their annual conference (4,5 November). The conference theme is “Heart and Soul” and what “wellbeing” means for people. Delegates from all over Wales have gathered and participated in workshops and interactive sessions to explore these themes and help people identify what helps them lead a healthy and contented life.

Staff Get On Their Bikes for Charity

Support staff from Pen-y-Coed, St Clears, joined together for a charity bike ride and  raised  more than £800  to help make improvements to the grounds and woodlands at the residential home. The sponsored cycle ride was just one of the activities that the support staff in the Carmarthen-based service have undertaken to raise funds for …Continue reading »