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An informal peer support group for carers who are bereaved or caring for someone who is ‘end of life’. An opportunity to chat with other carers who have been or are going through bereavement.
Dudley HUGS (Hearts Undergoing Support) provides support, information and education to those cardiac disease and those who have suffered a heart problem, also their carers. We hold support meeting around every six weeks. Please contact Cynthia for the dates of the meetings. We also organise social events…
Join us for information, a chat, coffee/tea and meet others at your local social township group. New group starting January 2020 Thursday 30th January 2020 Thursday 27th February 2020 Thursday 26th March 2020 Thursday 30th April 2020
- 01384 816039
St James's Road,
We are an independent group of parent carers of children and young people (0-25 years) with disabilities and additional needs. We provide a safe environment for parent carers of children with disabilities or additional needs to share their thoughts and concerns and to empower them…
This is the Office for Dudley Stroke Association services. Providing support and information for people who have had a stroke together with their family, friends and carers. Our Support Workers make contact with people whilst in hospital and following discharge, offer support and information at 6week, 6month and 12…
Our carer support groups are regular opportunities for carers to get together for a coffee and a chat, in an informal and supportive environment. They are a great opportunities to meet new people who understand the difficulty in coping with the effects of brain injury…
Our Community Outreach Service provides a service dedicated to supporting families and carers of brain injury survivors whose needs for specialist support and information often go unmet and unrecognised. Support is available from our Community Outreach Workers through one to one meetings, events and regular drop-in…
A Community Interest Company (CIC) specialising in dementia support both on a one-to-one basis, as part of our tailor-made, specialist service or as part of our 'Sunshine Club', where we use cognitive stimulation therapy to promote reminiscing and socialisation. One-to-one Support may be in the…
The group is for young carers aged 13-18 years old. A time to have fun, make new friends and share experiences. We hold a wide range of activities and trips out.
We are a group that meets three times per week each week at three separate venues in Sandwell that aims to support people living with dementia, their families and carers. We include activities and guest speakers as well as a chat and a cup of…
- 0121 796 9333
Portway Lifestyle Centre,