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The Older People’s Commissioner wants to hear about your experiences of re-connecting with your community as restrictions have changed, and your views on what needs to happen to make sure that older people can do the things that matter to them, and that no-one is left behind as we move forward.

We’d like to invite you to take part in one of our upcoming online focus groups (dates below) to share your experiences, discuss your concerns and help guide the Commissioner’s work.

We particularly want to hear about:

  • Your experiences of getting back out into the community and using places like shops, libraries, community spaces etc.
  • Any concerns or barriers that may have prevented you from getting out and about again.
  • The current situation in terms of any groups / clubs that you are involved with (e.g. forums, social groups, lifelong learning, volunteering) and what plans are in place for the future.
  • What you’d like to see and what needs to happen as we move forward.

We’re also keen to hear about whether the pandemic has changed the ways you now access information and services, as well as the things that you find most helpful when seeking information or when you use websites and apps.

To take part, please register on one of the dates below:

  • Friday 24 September, 2pm-3pm
  • Tuesday 28 September, 3.30pm-4.30pm
  • Thursday 07 October, 11.30am-12.30pm
  • Thursday 14 October, 2pm-3pm

We very much hope you can join us at one of the sessions!

Comisiynydd Pobl Hŷn Cymru \\ Older People's Commissioner for Wales

Comisiynydd Pobl Hŷn Cymru \ Older People's Commissioner for Wales

Mae Comisiynydd Pobl Hŷn Cymru’n gwarchod ac yn hybu hawliau pobl hŷn ledled Cymru, gan graffu a dylanwadu ar amrywiaeth eang o bolisïau ac arferion i wella eu bywydau. Mae’n darparu help a chefnogaeth yn uniongyrchol i bobl hŷn drwy ei thîm gwaith achosion ac mae’n gweithio i rymuso pobl hŷn i sicrhau bod eu llais yn cael ei glywed ac y gweithredir yn ei gylch. Mae rôl y Comisiynydd yn seiliedig ar gyfres o bwerau cyfreithiol unigryw i’w chefnogi gydag adolygu gwaith cyrff cyhoeddus a’u dal yn atebol pan fo angen.

Mae’r Comisiynydd yn gweithredu i roi terfyn ar wahaniaethu a rhagfarn ar sail oedran, i atal cam-drin pobl hŷn ac i alluogi i bawb heneiddio’n dda


The Older People’s Commissioner for Wales protects and promotes the rights of older people throughout Wales, scrutinising and influencing a wide range of policy and practice to improve their lives. She provides help and support directly to older people through her casework team and works to empower older people and ensure that their voices are heard and acted upon. The Commissioner’s role is underpinned by a set of unique legal powers to support her in reviewing the work of public bodies and holding them to account when necessary.

The Commissioner is taking action to end ageism and age discrimination, stop the abuse of older people and enable everyone to age well.