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Age Uk
Providing advice, enabling independence, combatting loneliness.
Paulton Library/Hub. Every 3rd Wednesday of the month. 2-4pm


Care and repair
.Helping Over 60's and disabled with minor repairs
Ist Monday every month 1-4pm. Paulton library/hub

Carers Centre
Free  services for carers living in or caring for someone  in Bath and North East Somerset. Making  sure you get the right help, advice and support to make caring a little easier.


Citizen's advice Bureau
Free, impartial advice and information on a range of issues
www.cab-banes.org/

Consumer Safety
ConsumerSafety.org is a comprehensive resource offering safety guides for infants, families, patients and seniors, as well as publishing important health news, recalls and safety alerts. 

Disability Blogs
This is an  exclusive list of 100 blogs that have been selected to offer real value/advice to disabled people and carers.  It's not just about the best stairlift!
http://www.stairliftsreviews.co.uk/100-best-disability-blogs

Growing Support
Growing support is an award winning social enterprise, tackling loneliness, social isolation and inactivity through social and theaputic horticultural activities for older people



Household Quotes

A guide to the grants and benefits that older adults may be eligible for. It can be found at: 

http://householdquotes.co.uk/benefits-and-grants-for-oaps/


 Local Family Information

Discover organisations and events in Bath and North east somerset for a range of family issues, parenting support, benefit, school and much more

https://www.bathnes1bd.org.uk/


Newly disabled Guide

A  guide for those that are recently physically disabled.  Info about charities, grants and assistance that areavailable to UK citizens. There's no adverts or anything like that, it's
just a cause we are passionate about.


http://job-prices.co.uk/newly-disabled-guide/


Remploy 
Employment Advice Service  covering Central Bath and the surrounding areas. Reaching people who would like to return to paid employment and would be able to work for 16 hours or more. 

Rice
Charity focused on essential research and providing support for people with dementia, their families and carers.


Single Mother's Grants
Directory of Grants for Single mothers  www.singlemothersgrants.org                                                                                                                                         

Stroke Support Group (Bath)
Bath Stroke Support Group supports stroke survivors and their families across Bath and Paulton and the surrounding areas

This group meets at the Turner Room, Paulton Hospital every  Thursday 1.30-3.30
 It offers support for carers and patient's families once patients have completed their medical treatment.  They are a self funding group so money is raised through grants and fund raising.  To obtain  more information:-
Contact details are now Sarah Hewitt on 07597 242886



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The Carers Centre



If you look after someone, who looks after you?

The Carers’ Centre is a local charity based in Radstock. We help unpaid carers, who give their time and energy to look after friends and family members who need extra support day to day. This could be an elderly parent, a child living with a disability, a partner with a long-term illness. There are more than 20,000 carers in Bath & North East Somerset alone and we currently work with over 4000, from as young as 18 right up to 85 and beyond.

 

We know that caring can be rewarding, but it can also be tiring, stressful and lonely, with many carers not knowing where they can turn for help. We are here make sure carers have the support they need to manage their caring role, as well as opportunities to enjoy life alongside caring.  We offer expert advice, a listening ear, breaks from caring and much more.

 

If you look after someone, please do contact us on 0800 0388 885 and we can talk to you about how we can help. You can also email us oninfo@banescarerscentre.org.uk

 

 www.banescarerscentre.org.uk 




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