CARERS RIGHTS DAY – Caring for Your Future
30th November 2018
Each year we hold a national Carers Rights Day event to bring organisations across the borough together to help carers in the community know their rights and find out how to get the help and support they are entitled to. If you are caring for someone at the moment and would like to find out more about your rights and how to get help, join us at our event on:
Date: Friday 30th November 2018
Venue: Upper Holloway Baptist Church, 11, Tollington Way, N7 6RG
Time: 10.30am – 2pm
Lunch will be provided
Looking after someone in Islington?
A carer is a person who provides support for a partner, relative or friend who is frail or disabled, or has a long-term illness, mental health issue or substance misuse problem, and who cannot manage on their own.
Does that describe you?
Are you aged 18 or over?
Do either you or the person you care for live in the London Borough of Islington?
If you can answer yes to those three questions, Islington Carers Hub is here for you.
You can contact us for advice, information and support.
We offer advice sessions in venues across Islington as well as by phone or email.
If you need help in evenings, at night or at weekends, look at the out-of-hours services in our borough.
You can meet other carers at our friendly and informal Support Groups
Get involved with how services develop by joining the Carers Pathway Group
You can find out lots more about our services and support for carers on this website and in our Factsheets or just give us a call on 0800 085 1141
Click here to find out more about Islington Carers Hub.
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