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Carers UK is the national membership charity for the millions of people who look after older, ill or disabled family and friends in the UK. However caring affects you, Carers UK is there with support, information and advice, campaigning for lasting change and innovating to…
An informal cafe providing the opportunity to get together, have a coffee, chat and socialise with other carers. All carers are welcome and they can bring the person they care for if they wish.
- 01384 818723
CHAOS! is part of We Love Carers, it’s an independent project supporting parents and carers of children with disabilities and additional needs and ensuring they have a voice and some time out for themselves.
Free telephone befriending service supporting carers, former carers, the bereaved, the frail-elderly and the socially isolated. Lonely clients are carefully matched to trained volunteer befrienders and receive regular support phone calls.
Dudley MBC has a new dementia Hub based in Halesowen. This was formerly the Brett Young Day centre but is now taking on a new role as the base for the Dementia Advisor Team and the Dudley memory service. Dementia Advisors aim to support people…
- 01384 816039
Brett Young Gateway,
Old Hawne Lane,
Care Act Advocacy referrals are made via the local authority and for support with any stage of the assessment, planning, care review, safeguarding enquiry or safeguarding adult review. If it appears to the authority that a person has care and support needs, then a judgement…
There are over 38,000 carers living across Dudley borough. Caring can happen at any time in someones life and can be an ongoing or a temporary role. As a carer you may provide unpaid support for a family member, friend, partner or neighbour who could…
Dudley Carers Forum is an independent peer led group. By carers for carers. We share information and experiences at our monthly meetings. You are welcome to bring the person you care for with you. We also run a lively social programme of events aimed at giving…
Located at Queens Cross Network, Dudley, the hub offers information, advice and a range of support to anyone caring for a family member or friend. Many people who provide care often do not recognise themselves as a carer, and are therefore unaware of the support…