Events

 

My Home Life Cymru hosts a variety of events and seminars throughout Wales to spread the programmes ‘quality of life’ ethos.

Each event is open to care home managers, staff and visitors of the home and other care sector representatives. The events build on the eight good practice themes that care homes can use to develop their services. This helps staff focus on quality of life issues rather than being led by care tasks.

Here you will find further information about our past and future events. If you would like to attend one of our upcoming events,please fill in the relevant booking form or get in touch with us - Contact Us.

Future events

National Networking events will be held in care homes around Wales this autumn. Please email mhlc@agecymru.org.uk to express an interest to attend.

St. David's,Rhyl                         17th September 2014     1pm-5pm

The Rhallt, Welshpool               18th September 2014      9am-1pm

Quarry Hall, St Mellons, Cardiff   22 September 2014        9am-1pm

Hengoed Park, Swansea              02 October 2014            1pm-5pm

Park House, Tenby                     29 September 2014        1pm-5pm

 Past events

My Home Life Cymru National Seminar, 17 November 2010

My Home Life Cymru held a highly successful national seminar on the 17 November 2010 focusing on 'realising quality of life in care homes'.

 

My Home Life Cymru Conference, 8 September 2010

This conference at Glyndŵr University, Wrexham examined 'recognising, sharing and developing good practice in care homes for older people in Wales'.



My Home Life Cymru Conference 19 November 2009

The conference held at Cefn Lea Park Conference Centre, Dolfor, Powys celebrated and developed the pilot phase of the My Home Life programme in Wales.



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