So it is Carers Week and we kicked off in style with a wonderful new project on Saturday 5h June with St Margaret’s House, working in partnership to develop a Digital Art Project looking at Caring and Carers and exploring this though the famous book The Borrowers. Thank you to everyone involved it was fun, informative and it is going to be something special.
One of the artists Kazuko is from one of my favourite bands form the 80’s called The Frank Chickens, so I was fangirling like you wouldn’t believe according to the carers attending.
Have fun this week carers and join in one or more of our activities ..
The Creative Writing wanted to send this message to carers and especially Future Carers as their contribution to Carers Week 2021.
Dear Future Carer
No one expects to be a carer and if you are really honest with yourself no one really wants to join this club.
Once you are a part of this club, thank god for the Carers Centre. You will make lifelong friendships, have great peer support, find a way forward, you will laugh together and cry together.
Carers really trust other carers and will be there for you if you need their support, advice, and humour.
Make sure you join in activities as they will help you with your mental health for example this creative writing group.
Be strong if you can and keep well, and don’t worry if you fall apart sometimes.
Bernadette, Anita & Lisa x
Do you have a hearing Loss, or do you care for someone with a hearing loss?
We are very pleased to announce that we have a Zoom workshop on Understanding Hearing Loss for Carers and Cared For’s by the RNID.
Monday 14th June at 2pm to 3.15pm
If you would like a place, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place.
Transport for London
Championing equal access on public transport.
Click on the link below to check out what you can do or find out…
Can you help us shape your local Healthwatch service?
We are looking for residents and users of health and social care services to help us design the next Healthwatch Tower Hamlets service for 2022.
- How do you want Healthwatch to promote your views and concerns about local health and care services to decision makers?
- How would you like to get information about health and care services in Tower Hamlets?
- How would you like to get involved and influence the designing of health and care services in Tower Hamlets?
- How do you want Healthwatch to report back to you on the progress it’s made about your concerns?
For more info about your local Healthwatch Service visit: www.healthwatchtowerhamlets.co.uk
- You will need to be able to attend 4 online workshop sessions in June/July 2021. This will help inform the future design of Healthwatch Tower Hamlets
- In return we will provide you with a gift voucher for your time and efforts.
- If you would like to be involved and get more details, please contact:
Alison Robert, Partnership Manager, Tower Hamlets CVS
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 email@example.com
Carers Academy Manager
Get in touch
The Carers Centre
21 Brayford Square
London, E1 0SG
020 7790 1765
Monday - Friday – 9.30am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday – Closed