Meeting and talking to others can be an important way to help you in your caring role.
The time you devote to caring can mean you have very little time to see friends, which can lead to you feeling very alone.
However good you are at coping, there will be times when you want to talk to others who may be in a similar situation to you. Meeting up with other carers can also help as you will be able to swap useful information and ideas.
We offer a number of ways in which you can be supported in a group setting:
Support Groups for Carers
We organise monthly Support Groups for:
- All Carers
- Mental Health Carers
- Carers of adults with Autistic Spectrum Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- South Asian Carers
- Chinese Carers
- Carers of People with Learning Disabilities from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities
- Former Carers
Social and Leisure Activities
We organise a number of social and leisure activities to help you get some ‘Me Time’:
- Carers’ outing and trips
- Walkers’ Group
- Luncheon Club
Details of all the Group Support we organise can be downloaded below