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Our professional team can guide you through our range of useful information and advice to help manage daily living. From how to access community care to advice on consumer issues and we’re here to help you or someone you know.

Age Cymru West Glamorgan provides Information and advice on a range of issues relating to people 50 plus, and their carers in Swansea, Bridgend, Neath and Port Talbot. We can advise you on your rights and entitlements, local services and support available to you and those who care for and support you. In particular we specialise in:

Financial planning and budgeting

Tax advice

Legal issues (for example will making, lasting power of attorney)

Health & wellbeing (advice on health services and ways to combat loneliness)

Care & support (advice on adapting your home, care homes etc)

Benefits and Entitlements including: 

  • Full Benefits check
  • Attendance Allowance
  • Personal Independent Payment (PIP)
  • Disability Living Allowance
  • Pension Credit
  • Housing Benefit
  • Council Tax Reduction
  • Fuel Poverty

For more information on a range of topics to view online, please visit the following:

To view our full range of services available with our downloadable PDF document, please click here.

Read our Statement of Service


Contact our Information and Advice Service

Call 01792 346344

HOPE - Helping others participate and engage

HOPE is a partnership project between Age Cymru, Age Cymru local partners and Age Connects Wales partners throughout Wales. HOPE will deliver advocacy for older people (50+) and carers across Wales. 

We are working as part of this exisiting new project, which will be supporting people to; engage, participate, gain information, have their voices heard, understand their rights, make choices, be involved, share experiences, raise awareness of advocacy, and develop skills and knowledge.

The project is funded by Welsh Government under the Sustainable Social Services Grant until the end of March 2023.

For more information on the project