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CategoryCarers' Information and Advice
20 Great Dover StreetLondonSE1 4LX
Looking after your loved ones can be tough, but you’re not on your own. Led by carers, we’re here to give you expert help & support. Carers UK set out to make carers' lives better by: Improving the understanding of caring, giving carers a stronger voice and securing improvements in policies affecting carers. Developing and extending our advice and support for carers Increasing and improving our engagement with carers, including through partnerships Increasing our income and improving our long term financial…
Dementia Carers runs two free meetings each month in Charlton and Eltham: The Charlton Group is for both the carer and the cared for, offering a singing together and social opportunity. The group is led by an experienced musician in singing familiar songs. Sign-posting and information about local services for carers is available. Held every 2nd Monday of the month at the The Stables, Hornfair Road, Charlton, 11:45am to 1:15pm. The Eltham meeting is a support group, where dementia carers can come together,…
180Eltham High StreetElthamSE9 1BJ
Caring for someone with Dementia? Then come along to our friendly supportive group who can share information with you on accessing support services, funding and also help maintain your own well being. We can provide support by phone if you are unable to attend this group. Please ring Jenni White on 07598 404747 and leave your number for a call back. There is also a free sing-a-long group for carers and their cared for at The Stables, Hornfair Road, Charlton SE7 7BD From 11.45am to 1.15pm on the second Monday of each month.
Dementia Dialogue provides bespoke dementia training tailored to you and/or your organisation's needs, or we can deliver our prepared training programmes and workshops. Training programmes include: One day introductory Dementia Awareness Two day advanced Dementia Awareness Dementia Awareness made accessible Advocacy and Reminiscence Effective communication and living well Lifestory work with family carers of people with dementia 'The wellbeing of a person with…
There are 100,000 strokes in the UK each year with 1 in 4 happening to somebody of working age or younger. Different Strokes aims to promote independent stroke recovery and help these younger stroke survivors reclaim their lives. Different Strokes is run by younger stroke survivors for younger stroke survivors. We have personal experience of the realities of life after stroke. We recognise that the Different Strokes community of younger stroke survivors and family members are the experts in stroke recovery and rehabilitation with first-hand knowledge of the issues…
180Eltham High StreetElthamLondonSE9 1BJ
Greenwich Stroke Club is a support group for stroke survivors and their carers living in or around the Royal Borough of Greenwich. We hold fortnightly meetings at St Mary's Community Centre. Our programme includes socials, quizzes and exercises. Occasionally we also organise outings to places of interest. If you are interested in the group we would love to hear from you.
76 Hornfair RoadCharltonSE7 7BD
The range of services we provide to individual carers, families with caring responsibilities and those that they support include: Practical and emotional support for carers on a casework basis via our 'Carers Hub' approach - An information and advice telephone line - A telephone outreach service Covid 19 Update: Regular telephone mentoring providing monthly, weekly or even daily when needed. …
Unit 7Woolwich common enterprise centre, peace streetWoolwichLondonSE18 4HX
Greenwich Mencap is a charity providing various activities for both service users and carers. The carers activities consist of coffee mornings, exercise classes and monthly trips out. Mondays: Don't tone alone 10.30-12 Mondays: Coffee morning 10.30 -12 Monthly carers trips (normally last Saturday of the Month)
Unit 7, Woolwich Common Enterprise Centre, 2Peace StreetLondonSE18 4HX
We provide support to parents who have a child with a learning disability or learning difficulties and challenging behaviour. This is achieved through individually tailored home visits (up to 10 sessions) which are usually offered on a fortnightly basis.