Organisation Results for
Caring


Able Community Care

Call: 01603 764567

Care company based in Norfolk but cover Essex

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Action for Family Carers

Call: 0300 770 8090

Amongst other services, AFFC provides telephone befriending service for isolated carers in Mid, North East, Basildon & Brentwood, West Essex. To refer for befriending in North East Essex please contact...

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ADHD+ Support

Call: 0786 612 9728

To provide information and practical advice and support for those who care for, live with, work with or have ADHD. Dealing with ADHD, ODD/CD, Tourette Syndrome / OCD. Meetings, social...

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The Age UK Essex Home Help team delivers a range of services from housework to shopping. Home Help service is available Monday to Friday, 8.30am-4.30pm excluding Bank Holidays. There is...

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Their main activity is to provide short breaks to unpaid carers who care for adults and children with care needs as a result of disability, illness or age. In doing...

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Essex Carers Support Group

Call: 01255 474410

Essex Carers Support provide a wide variety of flexible support services directly to family carers. As a community based organisation we work closely with a wide variety of health and...

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Looking after someone in your family can be rewarding, but it can also be difficult, and be especially hard for young people. It may make things more difficult at school,...

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Essex Dementia Care

Call: 01245 363789

They provide one-to-one support for people with dementia as well as providing respite and emotional support for their main care-givers. They have activity centres in Braintree, Chelmsford and Southend-on-Sea, providing...

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Essex Liver Support Group

Call: 01799 501622

Local branch of the national charity which supports people with liver disease and their families/carers. They raise awareness of liver disease and raise funds for medical research. http://www.essexliversupport.co.uk/ (Postal contact...

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ERCA provides one-to-one support at home and out in the community to build life skills, confidence, self-esteem and social inclusion for adults with a mental health diagnosis, supporting them to...

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To provide support and information for Chinese carers and to empower Chinese carers in a culturally appropriate and understanding environment; To raise awareness and influence policy issues concerning Chinese carers;...

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Caring


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Adult Carer Support in the Community

Action for Family Carers

Supporting unpaid family Carers aged over 18 looking after somebody who needs help with their day-to-day life, because of: a long-term illness, a disability, mental health problems or substance misuse....

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Bereavement Project

Action for Family Carers

We are pleased to announce a new project in Essex starting 15th March for Bereaved Carers or those Carers planning for their role to come to an end due to...

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We are carer's, walking the same journey, understanding, listening and sharing experiences. Monthly, every 2nd Tuesday 2pm-4pm. Your local Dementia Support with carers for carers. We are here to offer...

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Macmillan Carers Service

Action for Family Carers

*awaiting information*

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The Way to Work

Action for Family Carers

*awaiting information*

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Thingymajig Memory Cafe

Church of the Holy Spirit

Thingamajig MEMORY CAFÉ. Starting 3rd October 2023. 1.30-3.30pm. Monthly every 1st Tuesday. For: Dementia CARERS, LOVED ONES & FAMILIES, One stop hub for information, ACTIVITES for loved ones, musical afternoons,...

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Young Carers Services

Action for Family Carers

The term Young Carer applies to anyone between eight and eighteen whose life is in some way restricted because of the need to take responsibility for the care of a...

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Young Carers Services

Action for Family Carers

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