Diolch yn fawr Taith i Waith - Thank you Taith i Waith

Published Date:02/04/2012

On the 29th of March, my colleague and I were invited to attend a Taith i Waith open day at Canolfan Byran, Anglesey. A chance to meet new people and talk about our new project, we jumped at the opportunity. We arrived to an extremely warm welcome and seldom have I been made to feel so at ease, nothing was too much trouble for the team. The day gave us the opportunity to meet people who may access the project, other professionals and the wider Taith i Waith team, amongst others.

Through the European Social Fund's Taith i Waith programme, Circles Network has been funded to work across Anglesey to provide support to people with a Learning Difficulty or with a mental health issue, who are not currently in employment or education.

Circles Network will work in partnership with individuals to develop a person centred progression plan which will guide a programme of learning and development.  Each plan will be unique and based around the persons skills, learning needs, goals and dreams for the future.

We will work alongside people to ensure that they have the opportunity to become an active member of their local community.

Through this programme, Circles Network will provide support in a number of ways:

  • Signposting - we will link people to services which we think might best support them.
  • Leadership & Empowerment Programme - we will provide a programme of learning which will focus on the individual's growth within themselves and their community.
  • Basic Skills - we will provide or link you into local training opportunities.
  • Community Projects - we will work with individuals to develop community projects which will encourage inclusive communities and friendships.

We are so looking forward to our next visit to the beautiful island of Anglesey to take the chance to meet up with our new friends and develop the project.

Carrie Musselwhite

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