Please visit www.taffelycluster.com to find out about:
- Garth Olwg Lifelong Learning Centre who offer all sorts of classes and events.
- Updated local resources from the community coordinators.
- Upcoming 'Care Navigation' scheme we are starting across all the GP practices within the cluster.
Please see the 'Breathing Space' page to find out more about local art classes which have been setup with Cluster support in order to help with stress, anxiety or depression in a supportive environment.
Alternatively, if you are looking at losing weight and improving your general health, find out more about the 'Joint Care Programme' which offers both gym sessions, as well as cooking and nutritional support, a scheme which is already making a difference to patient's lives (see video below)
Keep checking back to www.taffelycluster.com for regular updates including a video section outlining the Sheds programme - Walking Rugby in Pontypridd.
Also, NHS Wales have launched a page outlining current wait times and patient numbers in various A+E departments across Cwm Taf. In our Taff Ely Cluster area, the Royal Glamorgan Hospital offers our local A+E services, and we ask that you check your symptoms are appropriate before attending there, and believe this tool will be helpful to understanding the pressures they are under, when you need to 'choose well'.
We have updated the site to reflect the updated wellbeing resources available, please see the Local Activities page for further info.
Many thanks to those of you who have already provided helpful feedback, we are continuing to add content, as well as upgrade the site as a whole in the time since our initial launch.
We are looking to develop our presence on social media in the coming weeks to make it easier for everybody to follow local news items and website developments, so watch this space for further info.
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