This digital noticeboard provides an opportunity for other organisations and individuals that help unpaid carers in Sheffield to publicise their various activities, events and campaigns.

This new book about caring has received some excellent reviews
'Handle With Care' has been described as a poignant part-diary and part-guide written by Rochelle Bugg, which describes how at the age of 25 she, with support of St Elizabeth Hospice, helped nurse her mother through treatment after being diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour. This link is to a Kindle version, but the book is available from lots of retailers.

After you've had the vaccinaton please remember to .....
The NHS and the Council have produced some videos that are now available online and help explain what people need to do after they've had the vaccine to help keep everyone safe. Some are in community languages and the NHS video can be viewed here. The Council website has posters that can be viewed here about what to do 'after the jab' 

PKW produce a new 'Activity List' with useful ideas for carers
People Keeping Well is an organisations that follows the principles of 'making every contact count' by encouraging and supporting the day-to-day interactions that groups and individuals have with other people. This new guide includes a wide range of activities being held by various organisations across Sheffield. Click here to read or download a copy of the guide.

SACMHA Carers Suport Group
Caring for someone with dementia or memory issues can be difficult and isolating, but you need to know you are doing a fantastic job. SACMHA are inviting carers for a friendly chat with this online support group that meets from 1030 to 1130 on Wednesdays during March and April.
Use this link for more details and how to join in.