The people we support at Dorothy Lewis Court have worked on a project
RT @Sue_Charles: @MariaEdwards81 @MirusWales Thanks so much. Had a lovely time. A privilege to meet so many inspirational people. 👏 3 days ago
Two Cardiff based artists, supported by mirus will be displaying their artwork at the Pen and Paper store in the Royal Arcade from 10th - 15th June. The artwork will also be displayed on the mirus web site with email bids invited for each piece. The proceeds will go towards new IT facilities at the mirus respite home.
The report called: Keeping adults safe from harm and abuse and what happens when you report abuse: Guidance for Wales. February 2012, was produced in consultation with members of Rhondda Cynon Taff People First. It is available in Welsh and English.
Launch of new website heralds new era for mirus.
Leslie Saunders has won a prestigious art competition and his piece has been chosen as a cover for the 2012 Disability Arts Cymru Christmas card.
Welsh support provider mirus has been awarded a contract to support adults with learning difficulties and complex behaviours closer to home.
A delegation from Bulgaria visited the mirus offices this week to learn how we support adults with a learning disability in Wales.
A Welsh support provider has launched a new name and brand after an in depth consultation process with the service users they support. Thought to be a first for the sector in Wales, the new name heralds a new era for the organisation that supports people with a disability.
With the excitement of the Olympics building, mirus was thrilled to see Jackie Minchin, a young lady with Down’s Syndrome, carry the Olympic torch through Llanarth on its way through Wales.