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15 Results for - Self-Help Groups - Carers - SW18

1st Local Self Help Service

Self Help Wandsworth

Self Help Wandsworth is a new programme of support for self help groups in the borough, delivered by Lifetimes, the Council of Voluntary Service in Wandsworth.

A New Service for Wandsworth

Self Help Wandsworth

Self Help Wandsworth is a new programme of support for self help groups in the borough, delivered by Lifetimes, the Council of Voluntary Service in Wandsworth.

Asian Carers Group

Wandsworth Carers Centre

A self-help group by Wandsworth Carers' Centre, the Asian Carers Group is open to all Asian Carers. Activities are varied and include outings, museum visits, health promotion, guest speakers, Arts & Craft, etc.

Aspergers Group

Wandsworth Carers Centre

A self-help group by Wandsworth Carers' Centre, the Aspergers group is here to provide peer support for friends and family members caring for someone with Aspergers. Through the group, you can take part in a range of consultations with local decision makers, helping to raise the voice of Carers.

Carers of Adults with Learning Disabilities Group

Wandsworth Carers Centre

A self-help group by Wandsworth Carers' Centre, Carers of Adults with Learning Disabilities Group is for people who care for adults with Learning Disabilities, aged over 35. It offers an opportunity to meet other carers, to find out about services and discuss ways of coping.

Carers of Older People Support Group

Wandsworth Carers Centre - Support group

We are a friendly group offering support to others caring for anyone over 65 years of age. Our meetings take place on the 4th Wednesday of each month, 11am-1pm at Wandsworth Carers Centre.

Carers of People with Dementia - including Alzheimer's Disease

Wandsworth Carers Centre - Alzheimers Society

This group meets in the 2nd Wednesday of every month,11am -1pm and is run by the Alzheimers Society and Wandsworth Carers Centre for people who care for a person with dementia.

Carers of Young Adults with Learning Disabilities

Support Group - Wandsworth Carers Centre

Support group for people who care for younger adults with Learning Disabilities, aged 15-25. We offer an opportunity to meet other carers, to find out about services and discuss ways of coping with transition from school to adult services. - 2nd Tuesday of alternate months, 11am-1pm.

Ex-carers Support Group

Wandsworth Carers Centre

This is a group where people who have stopped caring for someone can have a cake and a cup of tea and receive support to help you get started on your own life after caring. We meet every fortnight on Wednesday afternoons 2 - 4pm.

Mental Health Carers Evening Information Sessions

Wandsworth Carers Centre

These sessions are an opportunity for Carers who support someone with a mental health condition to come along and find out about various topics.

Self Help Wandsworth

A Lifetimes Project, enabling people to achieve

Self Help Wandsworth is a new programme of support for self help groups in the borough, delivered by Lifetimes, the Council of Voluntary Service in Wandsworth.

Stroke Carers' Group

Wandsworth Carers Centre

A place for Carers of people who have had a stroke to come together, share experiences and receive support, information and advice in an informal, friendly environment. Meets 3rd Thursday of every month, between 11am and 1pm at our Balham Centre.

Support Group for Carers of Adults Who Experience A Mental Illness

Wandsworth Carers Centre & Rethink - Support Group

A self-help group by Rethink Mental Illness & Wandsworth Carers' Centre, we are a welcoming friendly group open to Carer, families and friends who give practical or emotional support to someone with a Mental Illness.

The Unknown

Support Group

The Unknown Group is a unique support group for people who are in any type of relationship with someone that is experiencing undiagnosed and diagnosed mental health issues. The group offers a safe and confidential meetup on a fortnightly basis.

Wandsworth Young Carers Project

Family Action

Wandsworth Young Carers Project supports children and young people aged 5-18 who are affected by the illness or disability of a family member and provide care (physical and/or emotional) to that family member.