So it is all go today and tomorrow at the Carers Centre, we have Four Corner film school making films about being a carer and carers of Tower Hamlets and the centre. So Lights, Camera, Action, and it looks like it we are going to have a couple of exciting days.
Good luck to the carers taking part and we appreciate your contribution.
New Activities & Sessions
Taking Back Control
We are pleased to announce that we have a four week in-house group session. Starting Thursday 6th May at 2pm to 3.30pm.
This group will focus on managing the emotional impact of caring for a loved one, with a long-term condition such as illness, disability, Dementia.
Subjects covered include:
- Managing stress, anxiety, and depression
- Managing frustration and anger
- Coping with role loss and managing grief
- Maintaining healthy lifestyles and good well-being
- Recognising the warning signs and symptoms
Taking Back Control will consist of four, ninety group sessions delivered over four weeks at, there are 6 places, and you must attend all sessions if you sign up.
Carers Mental Health Programme with Talking Therapies
This month’s session on the 10th of May and the topic is on Stress Management so if this issue is something that you need help with then this session will look at the common stressor’s individuals may be experiencing and understanding the stress response, we will then look at helpful strategies for managing stress including the stress bucket and relaxation techniques.
Holding onto bitterness and resentment can harm our relationships and leave us feeling stressed and depressed. Learn how to forgive and let go at our upcoming workshop ‘From bitter to better’ with our partners @coaching4carers
The Walking Wednesdays are back and if you fancy meeting up with your fellow carer at 1pm on a Wednesday outside the centre then come along.
This Thursday, the 29th of May, We Will Be Hosting A Consultation For Social Action for Health
This Will Be On The Subject Of Trust And Health Messaging
This workshop will explore how and where you have obtained information about health issues and now this helps you to make decisions.
The discussion will focus on things that are relevant in your lives right now, for example, the pandemic, the vaccination programme etc.
There is a £15 voucher for all attendees but spaces for this workshop are strictly limited to a maximum of six.
If you want to attend, please email to book a place.
Spread the word #Ihadmyjab
Have you had your Covid jab, or are you about to? If so, thank you for saving lives. We need your help to save even more by sharing your story on social media using #ihadmyjab to encourage vaccine take up.
Studies have shown that the Covid-19 vaccines can both reduce the risk of serious illness and death from Covid-19, along with transmission to others.
In partnership with the NHS, we have launched a new #Ihadmyjab campaign to ask people to take a photo outside their vaccine centre, at home or wherever and post on social media using #ihadmyjab. You can even add a reason as to why you have had it and your hopes for the future.
Those receiving their jab may also receive a #ihadmyjab badge to proudly wear.
Unpaid carers can still access FREE PPE supplies. If you would like to receive PPE, Please contact the Carers Centre on 0207 790 1765 or Ayeda directly.
Domestic Violence Duty Line: 020 7364 4986 between 9am – 5pm.Victim Support: 020 7364 2448/7957
Just wishing everyone a peaceful, safe and week and remember if you need information and advice from the Carers Centre just email firstname.lastname@example.org
Carers Academy Manager
Monday - Friday – 9.30am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday – Closed