|Bolton Carers Support||Bolton Carers Support provides information and support to carers.||
The Carers Helpline 01204 363056 ( open 24 hours a day, seven days a week).
Bolton Carers Support can help carers with Benefits Advice, provides courses and workshops for carers, a Carers Emergency Card Scheme, a free quarterly newsletter and Information factsheets and also provides regular information/outreach points.
|Dementia Carers Programme||Christopher Davidson, Nurse Specialist in Dementia at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, is running a number of learning sessions for carers of people living with dementia. For more information, please contact Christopher.||Email: christopher.davidson@ boltonft.nhs.uk, or Tel: 01204 390390 Extension number: 4338.|
|Dementia Support Group - Thicketford Carers Centre||
Contact: The Dementia Support Group, Carers Resource, Thicketford Centre, Bolton, BL2 2LW Tel: 01204 386696 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carer Support Service. Contacts: Making Space Carer Support Worker Laurent Fernandez-Moreno J2 Ward Room 35, Royal Bolton Hospital, Minerva Road, Farnworth, Bolton, Lancashire, BL4 0JR
Tel: 01204 390 744 or Email: Sameera.Reyani@makingspace.co.uk
Making Space Carer Support Worker Mike Winstanley Bentley House CMHT, Viking Works, Weston Street, Bolton, BL3 2RX
Tel: 01204 544 640 or Email: Mike.Winstanley@makingspace.co.uk
|MHIST (Mental Health Independent Support Team)||MHIST provides groups, counselling, befriending and advocacy for both service users and carers.||Tel: 01204 527200 Address: 30 Chorley New Road, Bolton|
|New group supporting younger people (aged under 65) who are living with dementia and those who care for them||The Kings Head Pub, Junction Road, Deane Monday from 7 – 9pm.||Please ring to confirm attendance and for catering purposes. Bolton Dementia Support: 01204 386696 or email: email@example.com|
|Simeon Counselling Service||Simeon Counselling Service offers people the opportunity to talk through their feelings in a confidential, peaceful and sensitive environment.||Tel: 01204 387363 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|South Asian Carers Group||Tel: 01204 366347|
|Time out for carers||Horwich Resource Centre Monthly on a Saturday afternoon from 2 – 3.30pm Cost: £5||Please contact Jackie Furby, Phoenix Holistics,to book your place. 07879 076357 or email@example.com|
|Welfare Rights||Advice line open from 8:30am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday.||Tel: 01204 333820|
|Bury Carers Hub||
Bury Carers’ Hub provides a single point of access for all adult Carers (18+) supporting another adult living in Bury. The Hub exists to ensure that Carers have access to information, advice, and a wide range of support services.
These support services are designed to help Carers continue in their caring role for as long as they choose and to reduce the impact the caring role can have on a Carer’s own health and wellbeing.
Once you get in touch with us, we can arrange for a dedicated Carers Information and Support Officer to get in touch with you, who will get to know you and gain an understanding of your needs as a Carer. They will work with you to provide support to meet your individual needs.
This could include:
Telephone: 0300 303 0207 (calls charged at local rate)
General Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Chat: www.n-compass.org.uk/services/carers-support
Address: FREEPOST Bury Carers’ Hub
|Helping hands for carers||Our next event for families, friends and parents of service users being cared for at Prestwich Hospital.||Saturday June 4 from 11am -2pm The Curve, Bury New Road Prestwich M25 3BL.|
|Support group for family, friends and parents of service users at Prestwich Hospital||Ernest Rutherford Room at the Waterdale Restaurant, Prestwich Hospital site. First Thursday of each month from 1 - 2pm (5 May, 2 June, 7 July, 4 August etc.)||Tel: 0161 358 1460 or email: email@example.com|
|C.O.P.S: Concerned Other Peer Support||The local friendly group for family and friends of those in addiction. Meetings are held every Monday from 5 - 6.30pm at Humphrey House, 4 Angouleme Way, Bury, BL9 0EQ||
Concerned Other Peer Support
Manchester Carer Groups
|Admiral Nurses||Person-centred assessments of the needs of family carers and individuals with dementia - Psychological support - Information - Practical advice - Helping family carers to develop and improve skills in care giving - Guidance about how to access appropriate services - Therapeutic, psycho-educational and social support groups for family carers - Referral to treatment and support services - End of life and bereavement support||
0161 882 1063 (Admin hours 8.30am to 1pm except Wednesday)
Admiral Nurse Service, 11th Floor, Hexagon Tower, Crumpsall Vale, Blackley, Manchester M9 8GQ
|African Caribbean Care Group (ACCG)||Support for Carers - Day Care - Home Care - Holistic Therapies - Excursions Health Checks Hospital Visiting – Exercise Sessions – Art & Craft - Music Therapy - Health Promotion - Meals on Wheels - Luncheon Clubs - Information and Advice sessions - Befriending – Advocacy – Transport – Library||
0161 226 6334 or 0161 848 8281 (Mon to Fri 9am to 4.30pm)
Claremont Resource Centre, Rolls Crescent, Hulme, Manchester M15 5FS
|African and Caribbean Mental Health Services (ACMHS)||Emotional support – Home visits – Benefits advice – Phone support – Advocacy – Information and advice – Carer voice||
Telephone: 0161 226 9562
Windrush Millennium Centre, 70 Alexandra Road, Moss side, Manchester, M16 7WD
|Alzheimer’s Society||Carers Information and Support Programme (CRISP) training – Range of information booklets and leaflets on dementia – Home visits – Appointments – Emotional support – Phone support||
Telephone: 0161 962 4769
|Asian Parent Carers Project (MCCR)||Parent carer support group - Emotional peer support - Healthy living activities – Information and advice service - Personal development and self-help workshops - Home visits - Telephone support - Respite care – Bilingual support for Urdu and Punjabi speakers||
0161 227 8708 – Tuesdays only
Manley Park Community Centre, York Avenue, Whalley Range, Manchester M16 0AS
|CARES Club||Weekly social support group for carers and cared for. Card craft sessions, seated exercise class, complementary therapies such as manicures, massage etc.||
Telephone: 0161 217 4920
Active Therapy Team, Withington Community Hospital, Nell Lane, Manchester M20 2LR
Service User & Carers’ Network
Do you use mental health services or care for someone who does? Why not come along and meet like-minded people?
We’d love to meet you and hear your experiences in a service user and carer led discussion group.
Third Monday of every month 12.30 - 2.00pm
Brunswick Parish Church, Brunswick Street M13 9TQ
For more information please contact: Helen Rogers on 07776 212413
|Connect Support||Home visits to offer emotional support - Information and practical help - Support Group Meetings (Central and South Manchester) - Social events - Mental health education programmes including ‘What is Mental Illness?’ and ‘Coping & Stress Management’.||
Telephone: 0161 945 5044
Benchill Community Centre, Benchill Road, Manchester M22 8EJ
|Gaddum Centre||Gaddum coordinates the carers Manchester Network and is the lead partner within the new Carers Manchester Contact point, a single point of contact for carers in Manchester. Gaddum provides health and social care services to adults, children and young people and families including Advocacy, Bereavement support, Palliative Care, Counselling and Carers Centres.||
For carers support in Manchester call 0161 543 8000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about Gaddum. Visit our website – gaddumcentre.co.uk or call 0161 834 6069
|Himmat||Classes in fitness, health awareness, sewing, English - Health action plans - Over 60’s swimming classes and walking groups - Emotional support - Help with form filling – Home visits – Benefits advice – Carers newsletter – Phone support||
Telephone: 0161 224 7250
Midway Business Centre, 703 Stockport Road, Longsight, Manchester M12 4QN
|Indian Senior Citizens Centre||Day support services, social and recreational activities - Luncheon club and meals on wheels – Carers’ drop-in sessions - Information, advice and interpretation service - IT suite – Gym – Phone support – Home visits – Help with form filling - Prevention and well-being services - Weekly yoga and exercise classes||
Telephone: 0161 232 0999 / 0161 232 7994
Indian Senior Citizens Centre, 16/18 Whalley Road, Whalley Range, Manchester M16 8AB
Larkhill Dementia Cafe
|Specifically for both "Carer's" and their "Cared For" to maintain community contact, social inclusion, support, signposting and entertainment. We are open twice a month 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month from 10am to 12. Cost £3 pp.
Clients from any area are made most welcome.
The Larkhill Centre, Thorley Lane Timperley, WA15 7AZ.
Later Life Living Adult Day Club
Open Monday to Friday 10am - 3-45pm, where we offer small group activities, memory games, snooker, table tennis, art and crafts, gardening, board games, singing. We work for passion not profit for people over 50 who may want to increase their confidence, social interaction, our clients live with various illnesses, Dementia, Parkinsons Disease, loneliness, isolation, depression and other long term illnesses. Cost is only £32-50 per day. Free half day trial.
Lifted Carers Centre
|Elevating parent carers of children and adults with special learning needs. They are a user led organisation based in Wythenshawe, Manchester, but would be happy to support parents and carers in Greater Manchester.||
Tel: 0161 498 0312
Mob: 07385 568990 (Emma)
07384 784262 (Sue)
|LMCP Care Link||Emotional and practical support - Asian Carers' Group and drop-ins - Monthly support group - Introduction to care-related work - Information and advice - Training||
Telephone: 0161 226 4632
The Pastoral Centre, 95A Princess Road, Manchester M14 4TH
|Manchester Carers Centre||
Manchester Carers Centre offer a range of practical and emotional support services to Carers in Manchester including; Social and peer activities to improve carers’ health and well-being - 1:1 appointments – Phone support – Young Adult Carers support (age 16-25). For more information and to register with us visit - www.manchestercarers.org.uk
Telephone: 0161 272 7270
Bridge 5 Mill, 22a Beswick Street, Manchester M4 7HR
|Manchester Carers Forum||
One to one and group support for any adult carer - telephone support line - trips - volunteering - carer awareness
Telephone: 0161 819 2226
Gaddum House, 6 Great Jackson Street, Manchester, M15 4AX
|Manchester Jewish Federation||Carers’ assessments - Carers’ groups (including male carers group) - Carer breaks – Training – Annual calendar of carers events – Home visits – Information and advice – Respite provision – Phone support – Volunteering||
Telephone: 0161 772 4800 (press option 2)
Heathlands Drive, Prestwich, Manchester M25 9SB
|Moodswings||One to one support - Recovery work – Confidence-building groups - Workshops and courses - One to one support to make changes, manage mental health symptoms and reach goals - Friends and family support group – Helpline - Information, advice and support in person, over the phone or skype||
Telephone: 0161 832 3736
36 New Mount St, Manchester M4 4DE
|Neesa Well Women||
Support and advice for isolated women - Drop in - Coffee mornings
- Older women’s luncheon club - Stay & play - Library - Home visits
Telephone: 0161 740 2995
Woodville Resource Centre, Shirley Road, Manchester M8 0NE
North Manchester Black Health Forum
|A user led forum that works with vulnerable adults from marginalised communities living with long-term health conditions, poverty & economic pressures.||
Tel: 0161 720 9974
Ruqia's (Chief Officer) Twitter: twitter.com/nmbhf2010ruqia
|Stroke Association||Helpline - Information and emotional support - Training for professionals - Stroke cafes - Life After Stroke grants – Information leaflets on website||
Helen Gilbertson, Information, Advice & Support Coordinator – Tel: 0161 742 7482. National Helpline - Tel: 0303 3033 100
6th Floor Stroke Association, Salford M6 5FN
|Talbot House||Emotional support - Training - Information – Advice on money and benefits – Carers breaks – Advocacy - Pamper service including nails, reflexology, massage and beauty – Emergency planning – Home visits – Phone support||
Telephone: 0161 203 4095
Talbot House Support Centre, 1 High Peak Street, Newton Heath, Manchester M40 3AT
|Targeted Youth Support Service (Career Connect)||Information and advice – One-to-one support – Home visits – Advocacy – Benefits advice – Young carers wellbeing – Work with schools and colleges – Support for young people moving into education, employment and training||
Telephone: 0800 0126 606
|Together Dementia Support in Manchester||
Together Dementia Support in Manchester run an evening Carers’ Drop-In at Chorlton Central Church, Barlow Moor Rd M21 8BF, Tuesdays, 7-9pm. At the group, we have information and training sessions, peer support and therapeutic activities. They also have massage therapy monthly at thier Feel Good Club (for people with dementia) in Clayton, they also have a carer’s support and discussion session each month, which takes place on Wednesday afternoons from 1.30 to 3.30pm.
Together Dementia Support in Manchester also run a range of groups for people with dementia, giving carers a break at home. Carers can attend some of the groups along with their relative, if they wish.
Telephone: 0161 226 7186
|Wai Yin Society||Advice and information – Interpreting Chinese and other languages - Luncheon club - Welfare advice - Carers Breaks and activities daily – Training - Outdoor sessions - Home visits - Hospital visits||
Telephone: 0161 833 0377
Sheung Lok Centre, Justin Close, Manchester M13 9UB
|Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Support Service in Salford||Provides one to one support for people with a diagnosis and their carers and wider families.||Tel: 0161 962 4769 or email: email@example.com|
|Bloco Mundo – Samba drumming and dancing||Emmanuel Centre, 174 Langworthy road, Salford M6 5PN Every Thursday 6 - 7.30pm|
|‘CHUMs’ (Wellbeing / Social Support)||Salvation Army, Station Road, Swinton M27 6BT - Every Thursday, 10am to 12pm|
|Caring for someone with Dementia ‘Coping Carers Group’||
The group aims to support people with the emotional difficulties associated with their caring role - such as stress, anxiety and depression. Open to those currently caring for someone with dementia or who have recently cared for someone living with dementia and are experiencing stress, anxiety or low mood. The group is an 8-week programme based on a Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy approach and runs three times a year.
Referral to the group needs to be made by a health care professional, so please speak to Salford Older Adult Primary Care Psychological Therapies staff or your GP who will need to complete the service’s referral form. The group is open to Salford residents. The service can only accept referrals for carers outside Salford area if they are registered with a Salford GP.
|Dementia Café||As part of the open doors project, there is a Dementia Café held every other Tuesday 1pm – 3pm at Woodlands Hospital. All relatives of patients are informed about this and it is also open to carers in the community. There is also a carer drop-in at Woodlands. This is available for carers if the cared for person is on the inpatient ward.||Tel: Cathy Riley on 0161 772 3893|
|Dementia Champions Group||Do you have early onset dementia? Do you care for someone with this condition? Are you interested in how we can support you to live well with dementia in Salford? As a member of the Dementia Champions Group you will meet new people, find out what is going on, share experiences, and be instrumental in influencing the development of dementia friendly communities in Salford.||If you would like to find out more please call for a chat on 0161 793 2209 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dementia Naturally Active||A new project for people living with dementia, their families and carers. Join Red Rose Forest for indoor and outdoor nature based activities, all abilities welcome to join in and have a go. Sessions take place every other Tuesday at Cleavley's Athletics Track Clubhouse, Eccles.||Contact 0161 872 1660 or email: email@example.com to book a place.|
|Dementia Support Service Carers Afternoon group||The group runs once a month on a Thursday from 1 - 3pm at Moorside and Swinton Cricket Club, 1 Deansway, Swinton M27 OWH.||Please ring the Dementia Support Service for details 0161 728 2001 or speak to a Support Worker.|
A group for dementia carers, friends and family.
The group meet the first Wednesday of the month at 12 noon at Critchley Community Hub. A Dementia Support Worker also attends the group to offer dementia advice guidance.
Held at Critchley Community Hub, 75 Chorley Road, Swinton, M27 4AF
|Get walking – health walk||Energise Centre, 3 Douglas Green, Salford M6 6ES. Every Thursday from 28 April and throughout May from 10am – 12pm||Tel: 0161 212 4599 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Movement in Recovery||Open to anyone over 18 who is in recovery and their families and carers. The Orchard, 11-12 Orchard St Pendelton, Salford M6 6FL Every Tuesday 5.30 – 7pm.||Contact email@example.com or Tel: 07801 478548|
|Music for Memories group||For people with memory problems and their carers, every month (31 May, 28 June, 26 July etc.)||Barton Village Hub, off Cawdor Street, Enfield Close, Eccles M30 0QD , 12.30 – 3pm|
|NEW! Social group for carers of those with younger onset dementia||Mount Chapel Champions support group for people with early onset dementia and their carers meets every Monday from 1-3pm at Mount Chapel Church, 32 Eccles Old Road (at the corner of Langworthy Road) M6 7AF.||For further information Tel: 0161 728 2001 or email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Open Doors Support Network||Recently diagnosed patients are invited to continue to meet together to build on friendships and support one another. The network also invites partnership organisations to talk and present to our network in addition to engaging in memory activities. Volunteers are invited to attend and support staff in running and assisting in activities.||Held once a month at the Humphrey Booth Resource Centre in Swinton.|
|Reach Beyond||The Reach Beyond service - based in the Meadowbrook Unit at Salford Royal Hospital - aims to engage service users, carers, staff and public citizens to work together and develop user, carer and public participation in mental health services for older people.||Tel: 0161 772 3893 or E-mail: email@example.com|
|Salford Carers Centre||
Salford Carers Centre provides a comprehensive carer support service to carers of all ages; the service can offer advocacy, information and advice, support with how to cope as a carer and what is available to help you and the person you care for. The service has specialist mental health carer support workers as well as services for adult carers, young adult carers and young carers.
The service is open Monday to Friday: 9.00 – 4.30 but can offer appointments for carers outside of these hours if needed. A weekly Carers Breakfast runs from the Cornerstone on Thursdays, 9:30am – 11:30am. Carers are welcome to come along, speak to one of our team, and enjoy a free light breakfast.
Visit www.salfordyoungcarers.org to sign up to receive their Newsletter.
Langworthy Cornerstone, 451 Liverpool Street, Salford, M6 5QQ.
The Salford Carers Helpline is 0161 212 5451 (helpline open from 9am -5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am - 4pm on Friday).
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Service User Review Panel||Monthly on Mondays from 10am to 12 noon. The group is open to anyone with dementia who lives in Salford, Trafford or Manchester.||Humphrey Booth Resource Centre Worsley Road, Swinton|
|Singing with Dementia group||The Singing with Dementia group would like more people to experience the joy of their free music sessions for carers and the cared-for. You don’t need to be referred – just call into the Humphrey Booth Resource Centre, 16-18 Worsley Road, Swinton M27 5WW on a Wednesday morning from 10am.||For more information contact June on 0161 788 9053, email email@example.com or visit www.singingwithdementia.co.uk|
|Wellbeing Support||supported by Start in Salford||Clifton Community Centre, 6 Wynne Avenue, Clifton M27 8FU - Every Tuesday and Friday, 1pm to 3pm|
|We Understand||Support group for families and carers affected by addiction.||Langworthy Cornerstone, 451 Liverpool Street, Salford M5 5QQ Every month: First Monday 6pm – 8.30pm and Third Thursday 10.30am – 2.30pm|
|Carers Art Group||The group is open to all carers interested in art no experience necessary||We meet every Monday, 10am-1pm, at Trafford Carers Centre, 19b School Road, Sale, M33 7XX.|
|Carers Choir||All Carers welcome||Sale West Community Centre, Newbury Avenue, Sale from 4.15pm - 5.30pm. (Monday)|
|Carers Gardening Group||The group meets on Mondays 10-1pm||Gorse Hill Allotment, Burleigh Road. Every Monday from 9.30am – 12.30pm|
|Carers Craft Club||The group meet in a room that is fully accessible, and the group is open to all carers .||We meet most Fridays, 10am-1pm, at Trafford Carers Centre, 19b School Road, Sale, M33 7XX.|
|Meditation Session for carers||Meets the 2nd Thursday of each month, 11am-12pm||The Hope Centre, Hampden Rd, Sale, M33 7UB Second Thursday of each month from 11am - 12.00pm|
|Mental Health Carers Group||Trafford Caring for Carers Partnership are interested to know of any carers who would be interested in forming a carers group of their own. This would probably include making plans to meet up regularly for a chat/coffee or social events. The carers would be in control of how they would like to see the group evolve||For further information, please contact Trafford Caring for Carers Partnership on 0161 746 3941.|
|Flower arranging||Meets once a month at Trafford carers centre 19b School Road Sale||Meets once a month at Trafford carers centre 19b School Road Sale|
|Trafford Carers Centre||Trafford Carers Centre is a non-profit organisation that supports unpaid carers looking after someone who lives in the Trafford area. They provide advocacy, care assessments, health checks, counselling, funding for carers, emergency card scheme, information e-books, newsletters, social events, therapy services as well as training and volunteering. The majority of their services are free and everything you tell them will be kept in confidence.||
First Floor, 19B School Road, Sale. M33 7XX.
The Trafford Carers Helpline is 0161 848 2400 (helpline open 10am -4pm Monday to Friday)
Visit www.traffordcarerscentre.org.uk to sign up to receive their quarterly produced newsletter and learn more about the groups offered to carers.
|Mindful Yoga (Meets via zoom)||Gentle yoga classes for all abilities all carers welcome||
The Avenue Methodist Church Wincham Rd Sale M33 4PL meet each Tuesday 11-12
|Trafford Directory||Information on activities, resources and support for young people, families, carers and older people in the Trafford area.||Visit www.trafforddirectory.co.uk/kb5/trafford/fsd/home.page for more information.|
|Trafford Hard of Hearing Group Free Lip reading Classes||Trafford Hard of Hearing Group are running regular lip reading classes, free of charge. The classes take place at St Matthew’s Church Hall, Chapel Lane, Stretford, and are free to anyone with a hearing loss and their families. Tea and biscuits are available for a small charge. The classes are on Thursdays with the Multilevel class from 10.30am - 12.30pm and the Beginners class from 1pm - 3pm.||Places are limited, so please contact Jacqui Atherton on 07583 826550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend.|
|Young Carers Project Groups||Two young carers groups; Teenagers and Young Adults and younger children’s group every Wednesday evening from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.||Trafford Carers Centre, 19b School Road, Sale, M33 7XX|
|Vibrant Voices Choir||For anyone living with dementia, their family, friends and carers. The choir costs £3 per person, which includes tea and cakes in the first hour.||Ground Floor of The Cinnamon Club, The Firs, Altrincham, WA14 2TQ Every Wednesday 2 - 4pm|
Lasting Power of Attorney and Will Advice Sessions
Advice sessions with a qualified solicitor will be available at The Curve, in Prestwich.
These are open to all carers, family members, friends of our service users, staff members and members of the local community.
Sessions will focus on:
- Different types of Powers of Attorney and their benefits
- Mental capacity and the role of the Court of Protection
- What type of Will parents need to protect vulnerable loved ones
- Ensuring any benefits and local authority support will continue in the future
|Wednesday 19 February||10:00am - 12:00pm||Room 3, The Curve, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, Bury New Road, Prestwich M25 3BL|
|Tuesday 12 May||1:00pm - 3:00pm||Room 3, The Curve, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, Bury New Road, Prestwich M25 3BL|
|Friday 28 August||10:00am - 12:00pm||Room 3, The Curve, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, Bury New Road, Prestwich M25 3BL|
|Wednesday 4 November||1:00pm - 3:00pm|