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Our #FPoW this week is CAIS, a registered charity and leading voluntary sector provider of personal support services in Wales.

This week I would like to tell you why we chose CAIS. Their profile on aDoddle led us to their website and it was there that we found some case studies from people they had supported. When I read the following words, they resonated.

“They helped me get my interview, and then got me to Liverpool for training. It was the first time I’d been away from home, and there I was, on my own, in a hotel room in the middle of a city, surrounded by people I don’t know. But my I CAN Work key contact was always at the end of the phone. I was not on my own. She gave me lots of reassurance and confidence. I always had someone to reach out to by phone or email, if I needed it.”

Support comes in many shapes and sizes and it is when people care, take time to understand and provide support that lives can change direction, open up opportunities and really make a difference.

To find out more about CAIS – please click the link below. You can also search aDoddle to find other amazing local charities, community groups and organisations that provide vital support – that changes lives for the better – #NeverMoreNeeded

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