Do you care for someone living in South Gloucester? Are you aged 18-25yrs?
Please join us to tell us about what matters most to young adult carers and what support you need. This workshop will identify priorities for improving support for young adult carers in South Gloucestershire.
How can Young Adult Carers be recognised more? What support do Young Adult Carers need?
These are some of the questions that S. Glos council wants to discuss with young adult carers to help them write a new strategy for unpaid carers from 2022-2027. The strategy works alongside partners in health, social care, employment, education and more. Your views are really important.
Join us on Thursday 10th March 2022
At the Vassall Centre or join us on Zoom
Note: We can reimburse transport costs.
What will I have to do if I take part in the focus group?
You will need to take part in the discussion which will last no more than two hours, and you can stop taking part at any time.
The focus group will be co-facilitated by Joss Tagg, and Susy Giullari from Carers Support Centre and Emma Temple, South Gloucester Council commissioner for carers. COVID-19 regulations will be observed.
How to participate?
In order to participate, you will need to book a place on Eventbrite. Further instructions on how to get to the Vassall Centre and a Zoom link if needed, will be sent following registration.
For further information about the focus group or about how to get involved to have a voice please contact Joss Tagg on email@example.com
If you would like to attend please CLICK HERE where you will be taken to the Eventbrite page with further details and the option to register to attend by selecting yes to RSVP.
Please register to confirm if you will be attending by 12pm on Tuesday 8th March 2022.