Fair Treatment for the Women of Wales, or FTWW, is the only patient-led charity and disabled people's organisation (DPO) in Wales dedicated solely to female health equality. We support and empower women and people assigned female at birth (AFAB) in Wales who are disabled and / or living with a range of long-term health conditions to have their voices heard in policy and practice. As ‘experts by experience’, we and our growing team of volunteers, advocate for beneficiaries' healthcare needs locally, nationally, and at a UK-level. Currently, FTWW also co-Chairs the third sector 'Women's Health Wales Coalition', whose evidence has been instrumental in the Welsh Government's decision to co-produce a NHS Plan for the Health of Women and Girls in Wales.

We cover all of Wales and support women and people assigned female at birth who are living (or accessing care) in Wales and are disabled / living with long-term health conditions. However, we will always try to appropriately signpost anyone in Wales who seeks our assistance in accessing healthcare services.
We can offer peer support and civil advocacy (i.e. advocating for a group of people affected by common issues, rather than professional / one-to-one advocacy).

Office 5, Plas Eirias Business Centre, Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, North Wales, LL29 8BF