We have launched a new campaign to raise standards and improve dementia care across Rhondda Cynon Taf, Bridgend and Merthyr Tydfil.

We want to make dementia care and support better.

As a person living in Bridgend, Rhondda Cynon Taf or Merthyr Tydfil, you may be able to recognise when somebody isn’t quite themselves.

It’s important people living with dementia, carers, and their families receive the best possible support and care.

Improvement Cymru, together with health and social care professionals, people living with dementia and carers, have created a set of mandatory standards that are focused on improving dementia services.

These are known as the ‘All Wales Dementia Care Pathway of Standards’. 

They will help those affected by dementia to understand their rights and entitlements, and receive the care they need.

We want to involve our communities in ensuring the standards are being met in Bridgend, Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil.

If you live in the local community, you can help us share information on these standards, and signpost to information.

Join us in shaping the way care and support looks for people with dementia, carers and their families.

When we all come together, we make things better for everyone.

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Everyone's experience of diagnosis is different, but we want to understand how we can make this journey better for those affected by dementia. Feeling listened to, heard and valued is vital.

Do you know somebody who would like to shape what dementia care and support looks like? Share the events below.

6th July - improving dementia services and support hack-a-thon

This event will bring together people affected by dementia and professionals to look at the barriers and challenges faced by people. Together we can come up with solutions to improve services.

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Download campaign leaflet

Want to share information about the campaign? You can download our digital leaflet here.

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Co-Production Network for Wales.

We are proud to be members of
Co-Production Network for Wales.