Meet Team Ty Hapus

Meet the Team

The Ty Hapus Support Team provides practical and emotional support to people with a diagnosis and their family and friends. This can be via telephone, email or video call. As a staff team all of us are working either remotely or in pairs from Ty Hapus centre. As a result we are able to keep essential contact with our guests and families. Colleagues in the Health, Housing and Social Services teams are kept informed of any concerns or health issues raised by our day guests, so that we work cohesively as a group of professionals to ensure an individual’s support and health needs continue to be met.

Justine Pickering MBE

Founder of Ty Hapus


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Ellin Jones

Service Manager


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Ceri Phillips

Deputy Service Manager


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Lisa Starke

Day Support Worker


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Julian Telfor

Day Support Worker


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Helen Thomas

Day Support Worker


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Tess Thomas

Day Support Worker


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Jacky Ayres

Project Co-ordinator


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Jess Davies

Volunteer Counsellor


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Chris Marsh

Volunteer
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Our Collaborations

We work closely with health and social care professionals as well as other voluntary sector organisations. We are a part of the local dementia friendly community and ensure that we meet best practice in dementia support to meet Local and National government standards and strategies. 

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We welcome new relationships and opportunities to improve support to people and their families affected by Dementia.  We are particularly interested in developing more relationships which might

  •  Extend our geographic reach
  • Increase therapeutic support to people
  • Enable unpaid carers to access support
  • Help us engage with people with learning disability and diagnosis of dementia
  • Help us engage with people from all communities, beliefs, identities who have been diagnosed with dementia.