Locality Connections 17 th March 2010. Sarah Veck Head of Strategic Partnerships & Projects Carmarthenshire County Council. Dr Alan Williams GP Locality Clinical Lead. Locality Team Dr Alan Williams GP Locality Clinical Lead Catherine Poulter – Area Manager Social Services
Head of Strategic Partnerships & Projects
Carmarthenshire County Council
Dr Alan Williams
Tel: 01554 747598
Llanelli Area Manager
Services for Older and Physically Disabled People
Carmarthenshire Community Safety
Mid and West Wales Fire Service
Expert Patients Programme Co-ordinator
Is an NHS based range of lay-led self-management programmes for people affected by long-term health conditions. They are shown to be effective in helping to both improve quality of life for individuals and positively aid health services as a whole
Telephone: 01554 744492
West Wales Action for
The role of WWAMH in Carmarthenshire
Angie Darlington–Mental Health Development worker for North Carmarthenshire
WWAMH is short for West Wales Action for Mental Health
WWAMH is a registered charity and was started in 1991. It has been established as an independent charity and company limited by guarantee since 1995.
WWAMH supports voluntary organisations with an interest in mental health.
The WWAMH Mental Health Development worker can help in some of the following ways;
Community and service/project development
Charity regulations and Procedures
Policies and Procedures.
Independent advice and information
Planning and reviewing mental health services.
Service user and carer involvement
Quality Assurance, monitoring and consultation
WWAMH has two Mental Health Development workers for Carmarthenshire, Jill Jones for South Carmarthenshire and Angie Darlington for North Carmarthenshire.
Angie and Jill can help voluntary groups, user and carers groups with all the activities described.
Jill is based in Llanelli and Angie in Carmarthen.
WWAMH contact details;
The Mount, 18 Queen Street, Carmarthen, 01267 238367.
The Palms Centre, 96 Queen Victoria Road, Llanelli 01554 776149.
Care in the Home Manager
British Red Cross
Dementia Support Worker
In partnership with “Sports Council for Wales” and “Communities first”
This equipment is widely used in many inner cities and has been proven to reduce the crime rate substantially.
This programme offers clients all this and much more. Lunch is also available. Carers are also welcomed and catered for.
Engaging with the Elderly of our community for:
Pastor - Myrtle House
Debt Advice, Lunch Clubs, Pregnancy Crisis, Childcare and more…...
Camu ‘Mlaen Falls Prevention Service
- Falls Events
- A&E Liaison
- Careline / Telecare Liaison
- Welsh Ambulance Service Trust
- Primary Care Health and Social Care Professionals
Diolch / Thankyou