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Harrow Carers

Harrow Carers

Practical help and support groups

The Service aims to provide emotional, practical and financial support to Cancer Carers and their dependents living in Harrow. One very important area of this is the support service that different professionals at Harrow Carers provide both through their Home Visits, in their Office and in the Communities. We want to make finding support services and help for Carers as simple and straightforward as possible, to make sure that Carers are well supported in carrying out their role. We also know that many people are looking for face to face help and support within their local communities. 1. Support Groups: Monthly Outing, Coffee, Tea & Cakes, Allotment. 2. Activities: Stress Management, Wellbeing support and Information Session, Drop-in Sessions, Counselling, Managing Challenges, Massages, Yoga, Yoga-lates, Bollywood Dance, Shiatsu (Japanese massage). 3. Financial Advice and support Welfare benefits and Grants Advice: Filling in Forms: DVLA, PIP, AA and others. 4. 1. Emotional Support: Want someone to talk to? We are always willing to listen, Home Visits, Assist Cancer Carers with finding information, services and support that the Carer needs during their dependants’ hospital stay and discharged back in the community. 5. Training: Computer Courses, First Aid, Manual Handling, Health and Safety, Arts and Crafts. 6. Evening sessions for working Carers.

Group supports Carers, Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Transgender, Religious groups, Disabled access

We offer:

  • Befriending
  • Bereavement support
  • Cancer information materials
  • Complementary therapies
  • Counselling
  • Financial support
  • Home visiting
  • Hospital visiting
  • Information
  • Internet use available
  • Professional counselling
  • Transport service

Catchment area:

The London Borough of Harrow

  • Opening times:

    Please contact group for further details

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Just come along to our next meeting, or get in touch with us on the details below.

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