Do you care for someone?
Carers are people who look after their relatives or friends. Some may care for people day and night; others, only a few hours per week.
There are many different things people need help with. This may include help with personal care, driving to appointments, handling finances, doing the shopping, helping with mobility around the home or generally keeping an eye on them.
Friendly, informal support
The Phoenix Group for Carers offers an opportunity for the carers to talk about their concerns, to ask questions and to find out what other services and support may be available to them.
Guest speakers provide specialist advice to our carers, from time-to-time.
We meet on the 1st Tuesday of every month at The Centre. Normally, our informal drop-in sessions run between 10 – 12 noon. However, we can talk with you at other times.
We can offer you:
- A chance to talk to people in similar situations
- Personal support for you
- Information on available services
- A drop-in centre
- Social activities
- Relaxing complimentary therapies
- Someone to listen to you
- Helpful advice
For further information please contact:
Diana Cooper on 07929 257912
Sarah Folland on 07818 491045
Or contact the Centre on 01823 680687