Richmond and Wandsworth Councils have been awarded funding by the Local Government Association (LGA) to explore how digital technology can be used in Adult Social Care. In Richmond and Wandsworth, we are examining how digital technology can be used to help unpaid carers.
This funding forms part of the Social Care Digital Innovation Programme which is split into two sections. We are currently in the first of these, the Discovery Phase, during which we are conducting research on how digital technology can help carers and building a prototype to test with users. If you are an unpaid carer you can help us by filling in our questionnaire, providing feedback on how digital technology could help you and informing the design of our digital tool so that it assists with the challenges carers face in Wandsworth: https://haveyoursay.citizenspace.com/wandsworthasd/617ff74b
Come and drop in every Wednesday 10am to 12pm at St. Mary’s Church, Balham High Road, SW12 9BS.
A safe and welcoming place where you will find friendship, someone to talk to, someone who will listen to you and a cuppa!
More information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click below to download information flyer:
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The State of Caring Survey is the UK’s most comprehensive research into the lives and experience of carers. Last year it was completed by over 7000 carers.
Take the survey
The time you took to respond to the survey provides Carers UK with incredibly important evidence that enables them to:
- Campaign for more support for carers and those that you care for
- Understand how services and support are delivered and influence the people that commission and design support for carers
- Gather evidence of the impact of policy changes made by the UK and devolved governments
Carers UK need your help to paint a picture of what it’s like to be a Carer in 2019.
For anyone who took out Power of Attorney between 1st April 2013 and 31st March 2017, you are entitled to a refund as you may have been charged too much.
Claims are easy to be made and can be done so by visiting www.gov.uk/power-of-attorney-refund
Enabling families and keeping them supported after ICU.
Every 4th Friday of the month at 3pm in Cecily Saunders Centre at King’s College Hospital.
To find out more just ask the ICU or ward Nursing teams or The Patient Involvement Team: tel: 020 3299 8785.
Dates for 2019:
|A family carer of a young person with a learning disability or autism who has moved on from a residential school or college in the past 5 years?
|A young person with a learning disability or autism who has moved on from a residential school or college in the past 5 years?
If so, please click on the link below for more information about being part of a research project.
The Proud Carers was set up in order to provide LGBTQI carers of people with dementia with an opportunity to meet with people who are going through the same challenges; members of the same community, possibly of the same age bracket, people who understand their challenges to the full.
We aim to provide participants of this peer support group with a safe space to explore their feelings, thoughts, and sometimes pain. This will be a non -judgemental environment, hosted by a facilitator at the Albany Trust, a charity that championed LGBT rights, freedom and mental welfare from its foundation in the late 1950’s.
This is a voluntary service, free of charge that aims to champion all members of our community, particularly in an age when the mature tend to be forgotten.
If you would like to join us, please contact email@example.com or call 07950 289612 for more details.
Our first meeting will be on Sunday 4th March from 1-2.30 PM, looking at meeting monthly to start with.
The address is The Albany Trust, 239A Balham High Rd, London SW17 7BE