WAMES works in Wales to improve the lives of people with ME, CFS and PVFS, their families and carers. The Association does this by campaigning for better services, raising awareness, providing support to young people with ME & CFS and developing bilingual information all those are affected by or provide services for people with ME & CFS.
The Stroke Association is the only UK charity solely concerned with helping everyone affected by stroke. The Associations main focus is to prevent strokes and to give support to people who have had a stroke and their families through information, and rehabilitation and support services.
The Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) Association aims to conquer PSP and CBD (Cortico Basal Degeneration) by :
- providing information and support to afflicted families across UK and Europe
- raising awareness of PSP/CBD amongst health and social care professionals and the general public in the UK
- promoting and sponsoring research worldwide into the cause, effective treatment and eventual cure of PSP and CBD
Parkinson’s UK in Wales is a research and support charity, committed to finding a cure and improving life for everyone affected by Parkinson’s. We also campaign to change attitudes and demand better services. Every hour someone is told they have Parkinson’s and because we are here no one will have to face Parkinson’s alone. We bring people with Parkinson’s, their carers and families together via our network of local groups, our website and free confidential helpline. Specialist nurses, our supporters and staff provide information and training on every aspect of Parkinson’s.
MS Society Cymru is the Wales-wide charity dedicated to supporting people who have MS, as well as providing help for their families, friends, carers and colleagues. A significant number of the MS Society Cymru National Council and volunteers either have MS or have a personal connection with MS. The Society provides care and support through services which include a national information and helpline service, publications, welfare grants, funding research and supporting MS specialist nurses.