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Llwyngwian Fawr

Llwyngwian is a detached small holding situated among six acres of hillside, which is a short drive but within walking distance from the quaint village of Dyffryn Ardudwy, North Wales. It boasts panoramic views of Cardigan Bay and the surrounding hillside. Llwyngwian Fawr is a registered residential service for adults with learning disabilities and/or mental health problems and associated challenging behaviours. We are able to provide day care facilities and 24 hour support. The support staff provide round the clock care, using Person Centred Plans to maximise independence. Although we are registered with CSSIW to provide support for people 18-64 years of age, the ages of the current service users range from 25-45 years old.

Details of vacancy: There are no vacancies at Llwyngwian Fawr currently.

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Lllwyngwian Fawr is a detached farm house situated amongst six acres of hillside above the village of Dyffryn Ardudwy in Gwynedd. It boasts panoramic views of Cardigan Bay and the surrounding mountains. Llwyngwian Fawr is a Residential Service for 4 adults with Learning Disabilities and/or Mental Health needs and associated challenging behaviours. We are able to provide daycare facilities on site to include animal care, gardening and woodwork projects. We provide 24 hour support including a waking night staff. We are registered to support adults and the current ages are between 34 and 52.

Support from an experienced staff team to assess and develop with the individual a bespoke care package to suit their needs. This will include support with budgeting, personal care, promoting independence in the home and in the community. We encourage social inclusion to those who live at Llwyngwian to become valued members of their community enabling them to participate in educational and social activities. We offer continuity and consistency of support focusing on positive outcomes, which are reviewed regularly and also monitored by an internal quality audit team.

The Service Manager, Karen Hills, has 23 years experience working with people with learning disabilities and /or mental health needs, 13 of those years as a manager at Llwyngwian. She has gained a RMA and regularly updates her management training. There is an established experienced staff team which is of mixed male and female and a range of different ages. The SSW has L5 QCF. In addition to the mandatory training the whole staff team complete service specific training as and when needed e.g. Autism, Mental Health, Schizophrenia,Epilepsy.

Llwyngwian Fawr’s Terry makes new friends while playing football 

Sports fan Terry, has recently started attending football sessions every Monday at his local leisure centre.

Terry’s independence and selflessness are leaving a lasting impression at Llwyngwian Fawr

Terry, who lives at Llwyngwian Fawr, our residential service in Gwynedd has made a lasting impression by helping out in the local community.

Wildlife and picturesque scenery - Llwyngwian Fawr enjoy raising awareness for YoungMinds

Last week, our residential care service, Llwyngwian Fawr in Gwynedd, held a successful summer picnic as part of Regard’s ‘Big Picnic Fortnight’ to help raise money and awareness for our voted charity of the year YoungMinds.

Stephen becomes quite the budding fisherman at Llwyngwian Fawr

Stephen Carter, who is supported by the team at our Llwyngwian Fawr residential service in Gwynedd, has always loved fishing.

Terry from Llwyngwian Fawr swims for Comic Relief

Terry Bond, who lives at our residential service, Llwyngwian Fawr in Gwynedd, recently raised money for Comic Relief by completing a swimming challenge.

Cakes, tombola, BBQ, laughter and more in Wales!

The OWL project, Cerrig Camu, and Llwyngwian Farm recently held a fundraising day to raise money for the charity MIND.

This is Your Life

Karen, who is the service manager at our Llwyngwian Fawr, residential service in Gwynedd, has created a touching book to help celebrate Terry’s 50th birthday.

Terry, from Llwyngwian Fawr, is ‘keeping up with the times’

Terry from Llwyngwian Fawr lives over 200 miles away from his family; he frequently speaks and stays in contact

Stephen from Llwyngwian Fawr drives a train!

​Stephen stays on track. Click here to read more.

Paddle sports and line dancing at Llwyngwain Fawr

​Service users at Llwyngwain Fawr have been enjoying the summer - read more….

Llwyngwian welcome baby chick, Badrig

For the first time a little chick was born at Llwyngwian. He nearly didn’t make it as the mother abandoned the eggs after the first chick that hatched.

Celebrating Regard’s 25th Birthday

Staff and services around The Regard Group are celebrating 25 years since Regard opened the doors to it’s first service, with a range of tea parties for the people we support.

Charity fundraising turns supporters purple across Regard

Over a third of our 149 services across England and Wales are planning local fundraisers for Purple Day (Sunday 26 March) in aid of Epilepsy Action, the UK’s leading epilepsy organisation, with some of them already ahead of the action.

Moving Remembrance Day for Llyngwian Fawr resident Terry

Terry takes a great interest in history and world events, and he watched a good many TV programmes about WW1 and WW2 in the run-up to Remembrance Day.

Paul wins a Welsh Care Award!

​Paul from LLawyngwian Fawr won Silver at the Wales Care Awards

Daisy and Wilma find new home at Llwyngwain Fawr

Two orphan lambs have found a new home in North Wales. Daisy and Wilma are settling in at Llwyngwian Fawr, our residential service supporting individuals with learning disabilities and mental health needs near Dyffryn Ardudwy, North Wales.

Contact Llwyngwian Fawr

  • Dyffryn, Ardudwy, Gwynedd, LL44 2DY
  • 01341 247 389
  • 07734 538 141
  • Service Manager: Karen Hills
  • Regional Manager: Julie Davies 07885998254

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