Service Activities:

Information, advice and support for unpaid carers – people looking after someone who cannot manage on their own. Advice on: benefits and grants for carers and people they look after; community care assessments and how to get support from the Council; carer personal budgets; local services available for carers; how to get support for the person with care needs.

Where: Portland Road Practice, 16 Portland Road, W11 4LA. When: Every other Tuesday, 8am – 12pm*
Where: Redcliffe Surgery, 10 Redcliffe Street, SW10 9DT When: Every other Tuesday, 2pm – 4pm*
*The Portland Road Practice and Redcliffe Surgery drop-ins rotate.

Please visit the events and support group calendar here or call office on 020 8960 3033 for more details.

Hornton Street
W8 4NX
Tel: 020 8960 3033

Does a friend or family member rely on you for support?
If so, you may be a carer, which means that you can get support to look after the person you care for – and to take care of yourself.
You might be looking after your brother or sister, your partner, your parents, your adult child or someone else; they might have a physical or learning disability, a health condition, mental health needs, misuse drugs or alcohol, or have become older and frail. You might have been looking after them for years, or have only just started.
Whatever the situation, if you and the person you care for are over 18, then Carers Network can help you with:
• Carers Assessments
• Information and advice
• Social events and activities
If you are a carer and live in Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster or Hammersmith & Fulham talk to Carers Network today!

Delivered by: Carers Network
Contact Person: Carers One to One Support
Where we work: Across Kensington and Chelsea