Carers Centre provides a range of activities and groups for Young Carers, including school holiday activities, creative workshops or our term-time drop-in sessions. These activities give Young Carers the opportunity to take a break from their caring role and build up their confidence and social network with other Young Carers.
The stress factors associated with having a caring role can have a profound effect on a Young Carer’s health, social life and self-confidence. Our team of professionals at The Carers Centre look at the support needs within the whole family and aim to reduce the impact of a caring role on children.
Many carers can find themselves understandably overwhelmed by the pressures a caring role can bring. Perhaps they struggle to enjoy a life outside of caring or are impacted physically and emotionally by the role. The Carers Centre has experienced staff who are skilled at promoting resilience and empowering carers to take back their independence.
Juggling work and care – Supporting Working Carers Are you a business in Brighton and Hove? Did you know 1 in 7 of your workforce could be a Carer?
We are very pleased to be able to offer a monthly legal clinic here at the Carers Centre thanks to the very generous Martin Searle Solicitors, Renaissance Legal and SMR Solicitors donating their time and expertise.
Would you like to learn a new skill or hobby? The Carers Reablement Project has volunteers who can help you make positive changes in your life.
Changes Ahead offers advice and support to carers of people with a mental health condition through information, one-to-one support, training, wellbeing and peer support. Please call Carers Hub on 01273 977 000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information.
The Carers Centre offers support for those who look after someone with Dementia. This work is delivered in partnership with the Memory Assessment Service (MAS).
Did you know… nearly one in seven workers in the UK is also an unpaid carer? Source: Carers Trust Are you a working carer? Continuing to work whilst caring can help you to have a better balance in your life and provide you with social interaction outside of your caring role. But staying in work […]