As of 25th April 2019, the new SGPC Community Base will be open every Thursday from 10am – 2pm during term time at the Kingswood Community Centre.
Healthwatch Bristol and Healthwatch South Gloucestershire would like to speak to people about their personal experiences of using local health care services, or those of someone they know or care for.
South Gloucestershire Wellbeing College offers free courses, workshops and wellbeing activities across numerous locations in South Glos. You can enrol now on a number of courses and workshops.
You could make a real difference to a carer in your community.
Shared Reading are events happening regularly at libraries across Bristol, with some newly started in South Gloucestershire (keep an eye out for future groups in South Glos). A trained volunteer will read aloud a story and poem – participants can relax, listen and chat as they wish. All reading material is provided, no booking is required and the sessions are free. They are a great way to open a conversation and make new friends.
Do you live in South Gloucestershire and care for someone with dementia? Come along to South Glos Council roadshows to find out about how you and the person you care for can live well with their diagnosis.
The Wellbeing College is a programme of wellbeing activities held across the breadth of South Gloucestershire. Any adult can take part in sessions and they are all free. Sessions include mindfulness, emotional resilience, art sessions, physical activity sessions and peer groups.
They also run sessions, specifically for carers, on promoting positive mental health. To find out more, contact the college: email@example.com 01454 821 856
Young Carers Voice designed an accessible ‘young carer friendly’ summary.