Other Support and Social Groups for Carers

Archway District & Carers Group
This group meets most Wednesdays, from 2-4pm at New Orleans Hall, Cromartie Road, N19 3TH. It is open to all carers of all ages and provides information and social activities and encourages carers to share experiences.

Please contact Kirsty on 020 8361 4475 for more information.

Alzheimer’s Society ‘Singing for the Brain’
A friendly, structured singing group for people with dementia and their carers in a stimulating and social environment. Hidden in the fun are activities which build on the well-known preserved memory for song and music in the brain. Even when many memories are hard to retrieve, music is especially easy to recall.

The group takes place every Tuesday from 10.30am – 12.30pm at Hargrave Hall, Hargrave Road, N19 5SP

Please call the Alzheimer’s Society on 020 7561 4820 for more information and to book your place.

Centre 404 Carers’ Activities, Events and Groups
Centre 404 offers a range of high quality services to assist children and adults with a learning disability and their family carers.

For further information about groups for family carers and support with benefits and grants as well as activities, more details at www.centre404.org.uk.

Humankind
Humankind offers services covering drugs and alcohol, clinical services, housing related support, housing, employment, training and education, health and well-being, children, young people and families, women, criminal justice and community and offender rehabilitation.

More information at humankindcharity.org.uk

South Islington Stroke Club
This friendly lunch club welcomes people who have had a stroke and their carers. Just come along on Thursdays at 12.00-2pm to Mary’s Community Centre, Upper Street, N1 2TX, or contact Sally Turner, club secretary, on 020 7359 1752, email: sarina@waitrose.com.

Stroke Project Group at Manor Gardens
This group is open to people who have had a stroke and their families and friends. For enquiries contact the Stroke Project Manager on 020 7561 5269.

Carers UK Online Forum for carers  www.carersuk.org/forum.