Dementia Carers Hub- Carer Support Group – Northfield
Looking after somebody with dementia can feel exhausting and you may feel quite lonely especially if the dynamics of the relationship with the person that you provide care for has changed.
Meeting with other people in the same position as you can be a great comfort, it can provide a period of respite and an opportunity to socialise and make new friends. Depending on your preference or circumstances, you can meet other Carers at a venue near you or have the convenience of meeting online from the comfort of your own home.
Benefits of coming to the group:
- Emotional Support
- Practical advice
- Carer Support
- Sense of community
- Connect with other Carers who are experiencing similar challenges
- Share coping strategies
- Provide you with resources to help you navigate through your caring journey
- An opportunity to come out of the house and have a cup of tea.
Where: Hawkesley Community Centre, 51 Edgewood Road, Kings Norton, Birmingham B38 9RN.
When: Every Wednesday
What time: 10:00-12:00
How can I book? No need to book! Just turn up 🙂
Please click here to find out what other Dementia Carer Support Groups are available in Birmingham and what support you could access.
Please click here to register with Birmingham Carers Hub.
Birmingham Carers Hub offers a range of support to those who look after someone living with Dementia. We have three delivery partners (Age Concern Birmingham, Age UK Birmingham and Dementia Carers Count) who together form the Dementia Carers Hub. With the expertise of our health professionals, trained advisors and welcoming group leads, you will be guided and supported throughout your caring journey.