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Covid-19 Hub

As you know, due to the current COVID-19 situation things are changing at a rapid pace.

As an organisation we have made the difficult decision to suspend our carer support groups and other face to face activities from 17th March 2020 until further notice.

This is a proactive step to protect the wellbeing of carers and the person you are caring for, our volunteers, staff and the wider community. We will focus our resources on supporting carers via phone and online support.

Our teams are working tirelessly to come up with alternative solutions to deliver peer-to-peer support.

Please keep checking our social media channels and our website for updates.

Community Chef’s recipes for 10-minute pea soup, savoury muffins and more!

We are excited to share these simple but delicious recipes from Community Chef, an organisation that runs cookery workshops, including our Man with a Pan cooking course for male carers. Community Chef delivers training courses for cookery leaders,...

09 April 2020

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COVID-19 Resource List

Remember, Carers Support West Sussex is here to support you through these difficult times. Get in contact with us so we can provide you with help, support and guidance: 0300 028 8888. We have assembled this list of resources to help you stay infor...

23 March 2020

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Changes to our services during the COVID-19 situation

This week, Chief Executive, Sonia Mangan made the difficult decision to suspend all carer face to face meetings in steps to protect the wellbeing of carers, the person being cared for, volunteers, staff and the wider community. Carers Support are ...

19 March 2020

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Our tips for your mental health and wellbeing during the Coronavirus situation

It feels impossible to escape updates about coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) right now, be it through the news, social media, TV or from friends and family. While it is important to stay up-to-date about the virus, an endless cycle of speculat...

18 March 2020

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