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 If you support someone,

Gloucestershire Carers Hub, are here for you!​

If you look after a partner, relative or friend who is disabled or ill due to physical or mental health, you are a Carer, even if you don’t think of yourself as one.

 Maybe you do some or all of the following:

  • Cooking
  • Popping in to check they are ok
  • Taking them to appointments
  • Collecting their prescriptions
  • Supporting with their daily care or emotional needs
  • Helping prepare medication

Whatever you do for that person, it means they are reliant on the support which you give them. At Gloucestershire Carers Hub, our services are there for anyone who is caring or supporting another.

It doesn’t matter how many hours you care for or how long you may be needed to support someone for, you can still register, for free, to access our person centred support.

Our experienced and friendly local team are here for you to ensure you have the support, information and time to think about you.

Why is it important to register as a Carer?

If you register with the Carers Hub you will have access to free information, guidance, support, to empower you in your caring role. This could help you to meet other Carers and to interact with others in a safe space.

The Carers Hub is an easily accessed service where you can gain support, feel valued and offload your worries or concerns.​

The Gloucestershire Carers Hub is commissioned by Gloucestershire County Council and NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group.

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Wilde Earth Journeys CIC, next FREE carers walk is Thursday 18th August 1 pm at Beechenhurst, meeting at the front of Cafe

It's FREE and Open to ALL carers in Gloucestershire

Hot drink and cake to end :0)

Forest Bathing (Shinrin-yoku) is a mood-boosting, health-boosting, nature-based mindfulness activity (a slow steady walk, with stories and tails).
Not simply a walk in the woods, it is the conscious and contemplative practice of being immersed in the sights, sounds, and smells of the forest.
In the hustle, and bustle of busy life, why not take some much-needed time out for some self–care and join us on a magical and fully immersive walk in the forest

Carers are welcome to be accompanied by the person they care for, and they will need to take full responsibility for them. If carers wished to bring anyone with them as an enabler for them being there this is also welcome.
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Join us for one of our coffee mornings, for more information email bookings@peopleplus.co.uk
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Join us for Be Empowered in the community, to book please email bookings@peopleplus.co.uk


Wilde Earth Journeys CIC, next FREE carers walk is Thursday 18th August 1 pm at Beechenhurst, meeting at the front of Cafe

It's FREE and Open to ALL carers in Gloucestershire

Hot drink and cake to end :0)

Temperatures are very high today. During hot weather, it's important to look out for symptoms of heat exhaustion. Learn the symptoms and what to do if you or someone else shows signs of heatstroke during this #heatwave https://nhs.uk/conditions/heat-exhaustion-heatstroke/

Some people find it hard to cope during hot weather. Keep a close eye on older people, young children, and those with diseases such as heart and lung conditions – their bodies can struggle to cope in the heat and they are at greater risk #BeWeatherAware #BeatTheHeat

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Wilde Earth Journeys CIC, next FREE carers walk is Thursday 18th August 1 pm at Beechenhurst, meeting at the front of Cafe

It's FREE and Open to ALL carers in Gloucestershire

Hot drink and cake to end :0)

Temperatures are very high today. During hot weather, it's important to look out for symptoms of heat exhaustion. Learn the symptoms and what to do if you or someone else shows signs of heatstroke during this #heatwave https://nhs.uk/conditions/heat-exhaustion-heatstroke/

Some people find it hard to cope during hot weather. Keep a close eye on older people, young children, and those with diseases such as heart and lung conditions – their bodies can struggle to cope in the heat and they are at greater risk #BeWeatherAware #BeatTheHeat

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