Parents and carers
Being a parent can be demanding and rewarding in equal measure.
There are so many things parents are expected to know, and it is often the more complicated things that require the quickest response.
As a parent, you cannot possibly have all the answers all of the time.
Cardiff Family Advice and Support understands this, which is why we are on hand with the help you need, when you need it.
Other advice and support:
Cardiff Housing is supported by Cardiff Council and the Cardiff Housing Associations, Cadwyn. Cardiff Community Housing Association, Hafod, Linc, Newydd, Taff Housing Association, United Welsh and Wales & West Housing. The website offers information about rented and affordable accommodation in Cardiff, including Cardiff housing waiting list, assisted home ownership schemes, and privately rented accommodation . It aims to help those looking for a home to make choices about the most suitable option for them.
The Council’s website offers information about its Housing Services in Cardiff, including information and help for Council tenants, Housing and Homelessness Advice, Hubs and support to live independently.
Information on Money advice in Cardiff.
The Money Advice Team can help with;
- Benefit, grant and discount applications
- Council Tax Enquiries
- Universal Credit
- Debts and budgeting
- Support to dispute a negative benefit decision
- Foodbank vouchers
- Specialist advice up to and including tribunal cases for young people claiming a disability benefit
Hubs offer many services under one roof from advice, benefits and housing as well as community events, training and internet access.
All childcare and play settings in Wales are advised to note the attached guidance issued by the Welsh Government and Public Health Wales on the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. The guidance can be found on the Welsh Government website at the following link:
Although the guidance is mainly directed at schools and education settings, the same applies to all childcare and play settings. All such settings are asked to take note of this guidance and to regularly check the Public Health Wales Website where any future updates will be published directly:
– The Index is Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan’s voluntary register of children and young people with disabilities or additional needs.