Activities, carer support groups, training seminars and other carer events, where you can get advice and information, and socialise and make friends. To shorten the list of Events you are interested in use the "Search Site" field that appears at the top right-hand side of the screen, and then click on the "EVENTS" Tab. For details of other carers events we organise (including carers film club, relaxation therapies, tai chi and yoga) click on our Carers Support Groups & Activities page.
Sufra Adult Carers Cooking Club
16th September 2017 10 am - 2 pm
All adult carers welcome.
There are 7 weekly sessions beginning Saturday 16 September. Subsequent sessions to follow are on 23 & 30 September and 1, 7, 14 & 21 October 2017.
A £5 deposit is required to book a place. For more details please Contact Us.
SEND Parent Support Group
27th September 2017 12 pm - 2 pm
If you are a parent with a child who has Special Education Needs, then join this Group for an informal confidential chat with other parents in the same situation.
For further information contact Sheba (tel. no. 07774 574631) or Caroline (tel. nos. 07459 786192 or 020 3556 0983) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dementia Cafe, Kingsbury
27th September 2017 2 pm - 4 pm
If you have dementia or are caring for someone living with dementia, you will receive a warm welcome. Free information and support is available.
All are invited to this next governing body meeting of the NHS Brent Clinical Commissioning Group.
Collaborative working across the North West London CCGs is to be discussed.
There is an opportunity to meet with the Chair 30 minutes before the meeting, to discuss 2 or 3 topics from the agenda. For further information please contact Kevin Matthews on telephone no. 020 8900 5375 (or email email@example.com).
Carers Advice Clinic, Willesden
28th September 2017 10 am - 4 pm
You can drop-in to see one of our members of staff at our offices every Thursday. No appointment needed.
Dementia Cafe, North Wembley
28th September 2017 11 am - 1 pm
Join us at our Dementia Café at St Cuthbert’s Church. Our aim is to provide people who live with dementia, their carers and families an opportunity to gather in an informal, relaxed and friendly atmosphere and meet other people in similar circumstances.