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We specialise in the affordable housing, social care and health sectors in Wales. We provide homes, advice and services to our existing and prospective tenants across the social, intermediate and market rent sectors. Our extensive health, social care and support services help older and vulnerable people to live as independently as possible in their own homes or supported housing schemes. Our purpose built nursing homes provide high quality nursing care for people who have exhausted their ability to live independently. Our dedicated nursing and care staff have the skills to deliver person centred care to residents with complex needs including services for people with dementia.

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Latest news

  1. Spring Grapevine is Published

    Grapevine Spring 2015

    Grapevine is our quarterly newsletter that we produce for all tenants and stakeholders. Inside this issue...find out about Community Food Co-ops and Foodbanks in your area. Get advice on employment and find information on our family fun Easter Egg Hunt! To read more click here.

     

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Other Linc news

  1. Staff at Linc join together with Carers Trust Wales!

    Pictured from left: Karen Davies, Linc’s Social Committee Member, Nerys Sales, Carers Trust Wales and Angela Thomas, Linc’s Social Committee Member

    The Social Committee at Linc will be raising money this year for Carers Trust WalesCarers Trust Wales was chosen through a staff vote and the Linc Team plan a range of fun activities including cake sales, tea-dances, challenge events, dress-down days and recycling initiatives. Linc’s Board of Management has also agreed to match-fund monies raised by staff during the year. To read more, click here.

     

  2. Penylan House chosen for Minister to launch Social Care Bill

    Pictured (Left-Right): Mark Drakeford, Health & Social Services Minister; Imelda Richardson, Chief Inspector of CSSIW; Anne Thomas, Executive Director Linc Care; Estelle Cohen, Resident; Stephanie Denham, Resident

    Staff and residents at Penylan House Nursing Home have welcomed Health and Social Services Minister, Mark Drakeford, and Chief Inspector of Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW), Imelda Richardson, to view the facilities and find out more about Linc’s approach to care, as part of the introduction of the Regulation and Inspection of Social Care (Wales) Bill. To read more, click here.

  3. Easter Egg Hunt at Lysaght Institute

    Easter Egg Hunt at Lysaght Institute

    Come along to a family fun day at the Lysaght Institute on Wednesday 1st April 11am - 3pm! Join in the Easter Egg Hunt and meet small animals from The Nearly Wild Show. Plus, arts & crafts and light refreshments. Find out more here.

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Contact Us

Phone: 029 2047 3767

Email: info@linc-cymru.co.uk

Out of Hours Emergency: 0800 072 0966