How we can help you

As your local Brent Carers Hub Service we offer a confidential information, advice and support service to all Brent carers. If you need help please Contact Us.

Practical Support

We support Brent carers, providing information and advice on a wide range of issues. You will find plenty of practical advice on our Resources pages.

Carers Services Directory

We maintain a Carers Services Directory which lists services available to Brent Carers.

Carers Activities & Events

We run a range of Carer Activities & Events (including carer support groups) that provide Brent carers with support and/or a short break from the caring role.

Make a donation

Brent Carers Centre is the leading independent unpaid carer support charity in Brent. Providing support to those who care (including family carers) is a vital part of the service we offer.

If you would like to make a donation please click on the mydonate link below.

Alternatively, if you shop online why not consider installing a "Shop&Give" reminder on your PC, tablet or device. It will enable you to shop at your favourite online store, and raise funds for Brent Carers Centre without it costing you anything extra. Click on The Giving Machine link below and you will never miss a donation.

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Thank you for your continuing support.

Carers Events

We run a number of activities and events for Carers each month. You can find more in our Events page »

Carers News

Get the latest news about carers and caring issues in Brent and nationally. Read more in our News page ยป

Brent Carers Centre trustee talks about her concerns for the future care of her daughter

Inge Ahmad, Trustee of Brent Carers Centre, cares for her disabled daughter Noreen, who has learning disabilities, is quadriplegic, blind, epileptic and without speech. As part of the “When I’m Gone” campaign launched by SENSE Inge appeared on BBC Radio 4 expressing her concerns about the future care of her daughter, and the need for greater investment in social care.

To read more about Inge’s story click here.

To read more about SENSE’s “When I’m Gone” campaign click here.