On Wednesday 2nd May from 1-2pm, the Old People’s Commissioner for Wales will be visiting Wrexham Library to give a free talk.
This is the perfect opportunity for you to tell her what matters to you and find out how she can help. The Commissioner is an independent voice and champion for older people across Wales. She works to make Wales a good place to grow older – not just for some but for everyone.
She works to ensure that those who are vulnerable or at risk are kept safe, and ensures that all older people have a voice that is heard, that they have choice and control, that they don’t feel isolated or discriminated against and that they receive the support and services they need. The Commissioner’s work is driven by what older people say matters most to them and their voices are at the heart of all she does.
This event is part of the learning at lunchtime sessions, which are hosted by Wrexham library on the first Wednesday of every month.
The learning at lunchtime programme is aimed at exploring new ways in which you can learn whilst also having fun, and each month visitors to the library can participate in exciting sessions.
This is a free session at Wrexham Library taking place on Wednesday 2nd May from 1-2pm.
If you want more information please call Wrexham Library on 01978 292090
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