ClwydAlyn to sponsor Housing LIN Cymru
ClwydAlyn has joined forces with the Housing Learning and Improvement Network (LIN) Cymru.
ClwydAlyn is already leading the way in tackling ‘Wicked Issues’ such as poverty, health inequality and homelessness. Managing 6,200 homes and employing 750 people who work together to achieve their mission to beat poverty. Their homes and services include care and nursing-care; supported housing for people who’ve been homeless; and the provision of good quality homes. Working across seven local authorities in north and mid Wales.
As a major provider of services for older people, it works with partners to create a personal approach that values every person. ClwydAlyn believes that people should be supported to live a full and independent life as they are able, in a safe and secure place to call home.
They provide a range of services in their care homes that include dementia care, nursing care, general care for the elderly and mental health care for younger adults in a relaxed and homely environment.
Clare Budden CEO of ClwydAlyn said:
“We are excited about supporting the Housing Learning and Improvement Network (LIN), as it provides a great opportunity to share knowledge and learn from other professionals in housing, health and social care.
“We are currently working with a number of key partners to explore a ground-breaking housing solution for care and health provision at one of our new sites in Pwllheli. Our collaboration with Housing LIN and their members will be a valuable source of insight and an important hub to share ideas and knowledge for this project and future ones.”
The Housing LIN’s CEO, Jeremy Porteus, said:
“We’re thrilled to announce that ClwydAlyn have joined the family of sponsors of the Housing LIN’s dedicated Welsh pages on all housing and care matters. We look forward to working closely together, drawing on our sector knowledge and expertise to help forge new partnerships that will improve the supply of new age-friendly housing for their customers.”
To find out more about Housing LIN Cymru and the important work they do, please visit www.housinglin.org.uk/