20 May 2019

Yummy looking MHC cup cakes

What did you do today?

This is how we started our week! Yesterday our Llangwyfan services held an autism awareness event to promote awareness and inclusion among staff and residents. People enjoyed sensory based activities, autism themed quizzes, inflatable disco and assault course (Bounceabout castlehire), a wonderful hog roast from North Wales hog roasters ‘Piggin Marvellous’ and warming chilli, made […]

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Making a short film about MHC

That’s a wrap!

We have been working on an exciting little project at Highfield Park for our website. Several of our staff have agreed to be interviewed, as part of some short films we are producing. It’s been a real pleasure listening to some of our health and social care staff speak so passionately about their roles. Look

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MHC residents try out the scooters and tricycle

Learning Disability Week

Learning Disability Week 2019 took place on 17 to 23 June and was all about sport and inclusion. Meet the new fleet at Highfield Hub. Our new tricycles and scooters will offer residents the opportunity to further their independence, increase mobility, achievement and inclusion. What a great way to help improve health and wellbeing, whilst

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Welsh language classes

Siarad Cymraeg Sessions

As many of our services are located in Wales, Welsh culture plays a large part in everyday life. Pictured above is Keely, Deputy Manager, facilitating the ‘Siarad Cymraeg’ (Speak Welsh) sessions held at Glyn Rhosyn every Monday afternoon. These sessions are interactive, and fun, and have been really well received by both residents and staff.

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