Compassionate Neighbours -External Referrer – QR
Our trained Compassionate Neighbours offer
their companionship, time, and support to
individuals nearing the end of life due to age or
illness, who are experiencing isolation and/or
Compassionate Neighbours can help others in a
variety of ways, such as:
– visiting community members regularly
– offering friendship, emotional support and a
– helping members stay connected to their local
community as well as family and friends.
If you would like to refer yourself or someone
else for Compassionate Neighbours support,
please click here, scan the QR code or contact
the team on:
or 0777 554 1848
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The Tuesday Clubs are a place where people can find companionship
in a relaxed environment away from the stresses of everyday life;
the activity groups can improve wellbeing by:
- Providing interest and enjoyment
- Connecting with others
- Sharing experiences among peers
- Getting out into the community
Look for a location near you! To sign up or ask questions,
please call Peggy on 07775 784 520 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking after someone?
A guide with tips, advice and support for unpaid carers
Caring for a family member or someone else close to you?
What does it cover?
The Carers UK Looking after someone guide is divided into the following sections: getting help and support, your finances and your work.
The guide features:
- A carer’s guide: an illustrated introduction to the challenges of caring, from making difficult decisions to looking after your health and wellbeing.
- Benefits: an overview of which benefits you or the person you care for may be entitled to and information about how to get a benefits check.
- Other financial help: including help with council tax, fuel costs, pensions and health costs.
- Practical help: including community care assessment, arranging a carer’s assessment and direct payments.
- Technology: information about health and care technology that could make life easier for you and those you care for.
- Your workplace: your rights at work, from flexible working and parental leave to protection from discrimination.
- Other help: how to find other help nationally and in your local community.
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The Wellbeing and Recovery College
We offer a wide range of free workshops
and courses on mental and physical health,
to support you becoming the architect
of your own wellness journey.
Available to those who are either living,
studying or working, in Ealing, Hounslow,
Hammersmith & Fulham.
To find out more please contact us on:
020 8483 1456