Dive into exciting opportunities and connections by signing up for a mix of activities that will help you to unlock your potential:

  • 1. Assistive Technology: Boost your tech confidence with RSBC's Assistive Technology sessions covering a variety of devices for personalised, online one-on-one or group workshops to enhance your independence and everyday life.
  • 2. Audio Book Club: Join the Zoom audio book club for VI young people across the UK! Listen to your favorite books, make friends through discussions, quizzes, and create your own audiobook sessions.
  • 3. Creative Session: Join regular online and hybrid sessions, open to children and young people up to age 25, to share creative passions like music, poetry, gaming, and more with like-minded individuals!
  • 4. Sisterhood: This is a supportive online group for young women aged 11 –25. You can connect with your peers to discuss issues that are important to you. You can discuss anything from mental health and wellbeing to hair care.
  • 5. Bro Bants: A supportive online group for young men aged 11 to 25. You’ll have a safe and friendly space to meet one another, form new friendships and discuss and explore various topics, sharing life experiences together!
  • 6. Film Club: Dive into the Film Club, where you can enjoy watching audio-described movies online and connect with fellow young movie buffs.

You can find out about all these activities here.

For more information about RSBC's work in Wales, visit their website.


6 March 2024 | 10 am – 1 pm | Online

Delivered through the medium of English

For more information or to book your place please click on the following link :-


Cwm Taf Morgannwg have been working with our communities to develop our Dementia Connector. This role was coproduced by people with lived experience across the Cwm Taf Morgannwg region and is an integral part of our regional approach to the delivery of the All Wales Dementia Care Pathway of Standards
It also directly links to the priorities of the Cwm Taf Morgannwg Regional Partnership Board which brings people together to improve services and support in Cwm Taf Morgannwg. Age Connects Morgannwg were successfully appointed to run the project and they are currently recruiting a Dementia Matters Programme Manager. The role will seek to support people who have been diagnosed with dementia regardless of age. 
You can find details of the role here.

As part of this we will also talk about our support service at Ara Recovery For All. We are the National Gambling Support Network Provider for the whole of Wales and the South West of England. All support is free and confidential. https://www.recovery4all.co.uk/gambling-help/

The impacts of gambling-related harms are significant in many aspects of someone’s life, whether financial, mental and physical health and relationships.

This 90-minute online webinar explores harms to young people caused by harmful gambling and gaming, and the routes into support and treatment. This workshop aims to help make these harms more identifiable for practitioners working with young people and adults. It is CPD Accredited, and attendees gain a certificate

Dates available Q4 2024 -

Thursday 29th February – 10:30 – 12:00

Wednesday 6th March – 10:30 – 12:00

Tuesday 12th March – 10:30 – 12:00

Please email me fayejohnson@recovery4all.co.uk with your preferred date to receive the link to the online session. Please do feel free to forward this email to colleagues or other stake holders that you feel might benefit from engaging in this training.

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