Carers Support Groups & Activities

Many carers find it helpful to attend a support group and/or participate in an activity.  We provide the opportunity to meet other carers in the same situation as you who will understand what you are going through, enabling you to share experiences and have a chat in an informal and friendly setting.

Here you will find a list of the Carers Support Groups and Carers Activities we organise.

Carers Support Groups

Former Carers Network Group

Support group for former carers in a friendly, relaxed and supportive environment. If you would like to join us or would like more information, please Contact Us.

Frequency: Quarterly
Location:   Brent Carers Centre, Willesden Medical Centre, 3rd Floor, 144-150 High Road, Willesden NW10 2PT

Mental Health Carers Social Group

Monthly peer support group for carers who care for someone with a mental health condition. A relaxed and supportive environment.

Day:           Wednesday
Frequency: Monthly (third Wednesday of each month)
Time:          11 am – 1 pm
Location:    Brent Carers Centre, Willesden Medical Centre, 3rd Floor, 144-150 High Road, Willesden NW10 2PT

Sudbury Carers Coffee and Chat

Monthly peer support group for carers in a friendly, relaxed and supportive environment.

Day:           Monday
Frequency: Monthly (last Monday of each month)
Time:          1.30 pm – 3.30 pm
Location:    Sudbury Neighbourhood Centre, 809 Harrow Road, Wembley HA0 2LP

Sudbury Dementia Carers Support Group

Support group for families and friends who care for someone with dementia.  A friendly, relaxed and supportive environment.

Day:            Wednesday
Frequency: Fortnightly
Time:         11 am – 1 pm
Location:   Sudbury Methodist Church, 809 Harrow Road, Wembley

Wembley Dementia Carers Support Group

Support group for families and friends who care for someone with dementia.  A friendly, relaxed and supportive environment.

Day:            Monday
Frequency: Fortnightly
Time:          1 pm – 3 pm
Location:    St Erconwald’s RC Church, 112 Carlton Avenue East, Wembley

Willesden Carers Tea and Talk

Monthly peer support group for carers in a friendly, relaxed and supportive environment.

Day:            Friday
Frequency: Monthly (last Friday of each month)
Time:          1 pm – 3 pm
Location:    Brent Carers Centre, Willesden Medical Centre, 3rd Floor, 144-150 High Road, Willesden NW10 2PT

Carers Activities

Our carers support activities are designed to relax your mind, body and soul, as well as be enjoyable ! It can be really difficult to switch off from caring and relax, but you will find it much easier by attending one of these sessions.

Carers Music Group

Absolute beginners welcome.  We will play tunes, read music and accompany songs.  We have recorders to lend but you are welcome to bring any instruments you wish: clarinet, banjo, guitar, violin, ….  If you would like to join us or would like more information, please Contact Us.

Day:           Mondays
Frequency: fortnightly
Time:          2.30 pm – 3.30 pm
Location:     Willesden

Relaxation Clinic for Carers

Would you like a massage or reike therapy ?  If you would like to join us or would like more information, please Contact Us.

Day:            Tuesdays
Frequency:  Weekly
Time:           Mornings (individual 45 minute sessions)
Location:     Willesden High Road
Contribution:  £5 per person

Yoga & Chair Yoga  

Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. Chair yoga is a great way for all adults regardless of age or disability to get the wonderful health benefits of yoga.

Yoga is an excellent way to loosen and stretch painful muscles, reduce stress, and improve circulation.

This activity is for both carers and dependents.

Day:            Tuesdays
Time:           11.30 am – 12.30 pm
Location:     Willesden Library
Contribution:  £3 per person

For more information please Contact Us.

 

Check out our latest Caring Matters Newsletter and/or our Events page for details of our quarterly programme of fun & respite activities, and training workshops for both adult and young carers.