Upcoming Events

Date: Wednesday 21st February 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Short sessions of up to 20 minutes are available for carers to access advice and information related to their caring role from one of our Carer Advisors. The drop-in session is available at the Carers Centre 10.00 till 12.00 noon each Wednesday morning.

If further support is required beyond the 20 minutes, this will be arranged with you at the time, but follow-up will normally be by phone.

No booking is necessary – just turn up at the Carers Centre on the day.

At most of these sessions, a Carer Advisor who speaks Urdu/Punjabi is available, though we cannot guarantee this every month. If you require carer support in any other languages, please contact the Carer Advice Line to arrange this.

 

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Date: Monday 26th February 2018

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The sessions are fun, there are no auditions, everyone is welcome, and you come when you can so there is no feeling of letting anyone down if something unexpected crops up. So if you ‘don’t like Mondays’, why not give the Council and Carers Choir a try – it could become your favourite day of the week!

There is no pressure to perform but we were delighted that almost everyone did at the Carers Christmas Café in December – and the audience thoroughly enjoyed it. The choir will be performing again at the Café in Carers Week.

If you are interested, but not keen on going on your own, Jan from the Carers Centre would be happy to meet you beforehand in the foyer at Moorfoot.

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Date: Wednesday 28th February 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Short sessions of up to 20 minutes are available for carers to access advice and information related to their caring role from one of our Carer Advisors. The drop-in session is available at the Carers Centre 10.00 till 12.00 noon each Wednesday morning.

If further support is required beyond the 20 minutes, this will be arranged with you at the time, but follow-up will normally be by phone.

No booking is necessary – just turn up at the Carers Centre on the day.

At most of these sessions, a Carer Advisor who speaks Urdu/Punjabi is available, though we cannot guarantee this every month. If you require carer support in any other languages, please contact the Carer Advice Line to arrange this.

 

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Date: Monday 5th March 2018

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The sessions are fun, there are no auditions, everyone is welcome, and you come when you can so there is no feeling of letting anyone down if something unexpected crops up. So if you ‘don’t like Mondays’, why not give the Council and Carers Choir a try – it could become your favourite day of the week!

There is no pressure to perform but we were delighted that almost everyone did at the Carers Christmas Café in December – and the audience thoroughly enjoyed it. The choir will be performing again at the Café in Carers Week.

If you are interested, but not keen on going on your own, Jan from the Carers Centre would be happy to meet you beforehand in the foyer at Moorfoot.

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Date: Wednesday 7th March 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Short sessions of up to 20 minutes are available for carers to access advice and information related to their caring role from one of our Carer Advisors. The drop-in session is available at the Carers Centre 10.00 till 12.00 noon each Wednesday morning.

If further support is required beyond the 20 minutes, this will be arranged with you at the time, but follow-up will normally be by phone.

No booking is necessary – just turn up at the Carers Centre on the day.

At most of these sessions, a Carer Advisor who speaks Urdu/Punjabi is available, though we cannot guarantee this every month. If you require carer support in any other languages, please contact the Carer Advice Line to arrange this.

 

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Date: Friday 9th March 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

This group meeting provides an opportunity to meet with other carers and with Sheffield Carers Centre staff and volunteers to talk about shared experiences but also to get a break from caring. You are welcome to bring along the person you care for to this event.

There is no need to book for this event, but if you wish to speak to us before coming along, please ring Jan on 0114 278 8942 or email jan@sheffieldcarers.org.uk.

After the event, there will be a consultation across the road about your experience of getting help with daily living.
More information can be found here: Help with daily living event

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Date: Monday 12th March 2018

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The sessions are fun, there are no auditions, everyone is welcome, and you come when you can so there is no feeling of letting anyone down if something unexpected crops up. So if you ‘don’t like Mondays’, why not give the Council and Carers Choir a try – it could become your favourite day of the week!

There is no pressure to perform but we were delighted that almost everyone did at the Carers Christmas Café in December – and the audience thoroughly enjoyed it. The choir will be performing again at the Café in Carers Week.

If you are interested, but not keen on going on your own, Jan from the Carers Centre would be happy to meet you beforehand in the foyer at Moorfoot.

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Date: Wednesday 14th March 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Short sessions of up to 20 minutes are available for carers to access advice and information related to their caring role from one of our Carer Advisors. The drop-in session is available at the Carers Centre 10.00 till 12.00 noon each Wednesday morning.

If further support is required beyond the 20 minutes, this will be arranged with you at the time, but follow-up will normally be by phone.

No booking is necessary – just turn up at the Carers Centre on the day.

At most of these sessions, a Carer Advisor who speaks Urdu/Punjabi is available, though we cannot guarantee this every month. If you require carer support in any other languages, please contact the Carer Advice Line to arrange this.

 

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Date: Monday 19th March 2018

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The sessions are fun, there are no auditions, everyone is welcome, and you come when you can so there is no feeling of letting anyone down if something unexpected crops up. So if you ‘don’t like Mondays’, why not give the Council and Carers Choir a try – it could become your favourite day of the week!

There is no pressure to perform but we were delighted that almost everyone did at the Carers Christmas Café in December – and the audience thoroughly enjoyed it. The choir will be performing again at the Café in Carers Week.

If you are interested, but not keen on going on your own, Jan from the Carers Centre would be happy to meet you beforehand in the foyer at Moorfoot.

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Date: Wednesday 21st March 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Short sessions of up to 20 minutes are available for carers to access advice and information related to their caring role from one of our Carer Advisors. The drop-in session is available at the Carers Centre 10.00 till 12.00 noon each Wednesday morning.

If further support is required beyond the 20 minutes, this will be arranged with you at the time, but follow-up will normally be by phone.

No booking is necessary – just turn up at the Carers Centre on the day.

At most of these sessions, a Carer Advisor who speaks Urdu/Punjabi is available, though we cannot guarantee this every month. If you require carer support in any other languages, please contact the Carer Advice Line to arrange this.

 

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Date: Monday 26th March 2018

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The sessions are fun, there are no auditions, everyone is welcome, and you come when you can so there is no feeling of letting anyone down if something unexpected crops up. So if you ‘don’t like Mondays’, why not give the Council and Carers Choir a try – it could become your favourite day of the week!

There is no pressure to perform but we were delighted that almost everyone did at the Carers Christmas Café in December – and the audience thoroughly enjoyed it. The choir will be performing again at the Café in Carers Week.

If you are interested, but not keen on going on your own, Jan from the Carers Centre would be happy to meet you beforehand in the foyer at Moorfoot.

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Date: Wednesday 28th March 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Short sessions of up to 20 minutes are available for carers to access advice and information related to their caring role from one of our Carer Advisors. The drop-in session is available at the Carers Centre 10.00 till 12.00 noon each Wednesday morning.

If further support is required beyond the 20 minutes, this will be arranged with you at the time, but follow-up will normally be by phone.

No booking is necessary – just turn up at the Carers Centre on the day.

At most of these sessions, a Carer Advisor who speaks Urdu/Punjabi is available, though we cannot guarantee this every month. If you require carer support in any other languages, please contact the Carer Advice Line to arrange this.

 

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Date: Monday 2nd April 2018

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The sessions are fun, there are no auditions, everyone is welcome, and you come when you can so there is no feeling of letting anyone down if something unexpected crops up. So if you ‘don’t like Mondays’, why not give the Council and Carers Choir a try – it could become your favourite day of the week!

There is no pressure to perform but we were delighted that almost everyone did at the Carers Christmas Café in December – and the audience thoroughly enjoyed it. The choir will be performing again at the Café in Carers Week.

If you are interested, but not keen on going on your own, Jan from the Carers Centre would be happy to meet you beforehand in the foyer at Moorfoot.

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Date: Wednesday 4th April 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Short sessions of up to 20 minutes are available for carers to access advice and information related to their caring role from one of our Carer Advisors. The drop-in session is available at the Carers Centre 10.00 till 12.00 noon each Wednesday morning.

If further support is required beyond the 20 minutes, this will be arranged with you at the time, but follow-up will normally be by phone.

No booking is necessary – just turn up at the Carers Centre on the day.

At most of these sessions, a Carer Advisor who speaks Urdu/Punjabi is available, though we cannot guarantee this every month. If you require carer support in any other languages, please contact the Carer Advice Line to arrange this.

 

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Date: Monday 9th April 2018

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The sessions are fun, there are no auditions, everyone is welcome, and you come when you can so there is no feeling of letting anyone down if something unexpected crops up. So if you ‘don’t like Mondays’, why not give the Council and Carers Choir a try – it could become your favourite day of the week!

There is no pressure to perform but we were delighted that almost everyone did at the Carers Christmas Café in December – and the audience thoroughly enjoyed it. The choir will be performing again at the Café in Carers Week.

If you are interested, but not keen on going on your own, Jan from the Carers Centre would be happy to meet you beforehand in the foyer at Moorfoot.

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Date: Wednesday 11th April 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Short sessions of up to 20 minutes are available for carers to access advice and information related to their caring role from one of our Carer Advisors. The drop-in session is available at the Carers Centre 10.00 till 12.00 noon each Wednesday morning.

If further support is required beyond the 20 minutes, this will be arranged with you at the time, but follow-up will normally be by phone.

No booking is necessary – just turn up at the Carers Centre on the day.

At most of these sessions, a Carer Advisor who speaks Urdu/Punjabi is available, though we cannot guarantee this every month. If you require carer support in any other languages, please contact the Carer Advice Line to arrange this.

 

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Date: Friday 13th April 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

This group meeting provides an opportunity to meet with other carers and with Sheffield Carers Centre staff and volunteers to talk about shared experiences but also to get a break from caring. You are welcome to bring along the person you care for to this event.

There is no need to book for this event, but if you wish to speak to us before coming along, please ring Jan on 0114 278 8942 or email jan@sheffieldcarers.org.uk.

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Date: Friday 13th April 2018

Time: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Run by British Red Cross, we’re holding an event for carers to train up in basic first aid skills.

Topics that will be covered include

Helping someone who is bleeding

Helping someone who is unconscious

Helping someone who has had a stroke

Helping someone who has a head injury

Helping someone with a burn or scald

And much more

 

Places are limited so contact us ASAP for a place

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Date: Monday 16th April 2018

Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The sessions are fun, there are no auditions, everyone is welcome, and you come when you can so there is no feeling of letting anyone down if something unexpected crops up. So if you ‘don’t like Mondays’, why not give the Council and Carers Choir a try – it could become your favourite day of the week!

There is no pressure to perform but we were delighted that almost everyone did at the Carers Christmas Café in December – and the audience thoroughly enjoyed it. The choir will be performing again at the Café in Carers Week.

If you are interested, but not keen on going on your own, Jan from the Carers Centre would be happy to meet you beforehand in the foyer at Moorfoot.

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Date: Wednesday 18th April 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Short sessions of up to 20 minutes are available for carers to access advice and information related to their caring role from one of our Carer Advisors. The drop-in session is available at the Carers Centre 10.00 till 12.00 noon each Wednesday morning.

If further support is required beyond the 20 minutes, this will be arranged with you at the time, but follow-up will normally be by phone.

No booking is necessary – just turn up at the Carers Centre on the day.

At most of these sessions, a Carer Advisor who speaks Urdu/Punjabi is available, though we cannot guarantee this every month. If you require carer support in any other languages, please contact the Carer Advice Line to arrange this.

 

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