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Support In The Horsham District

A warm welcome from the Horsham Team at Carers Support West Sussex. Our friendly and dedicated team are here to provide information, guidance, and support in your caring role. We also want to find ways for you to better manage your caring role while looking after your own health and wellbeing. If you would like to talk to one of the team, contact us to book into one of our dedicated phone surgeries and chose a date and time suitable to you.

Local Groups and Events

You can meet a member of our team for a face-to-face chat at one of our carer clinics. These offer an opportunity for you to meet in a private and safe environment to chat about how we can support you in your caring role. We have different locations and days across Horsham.

Carer Groups

You can also meet a member of our team for a face-to-face chat at one of our carer groups. Our groups are open to people registered with us, to meet and chat with other carers and to access information and support from one of our local carer wellbeing workers.

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See upcoming drop-ins, groups and events in Horsham below

Horsham Professionals Lunch&Learn: Carer Awareness
Horsham Professionals Lunch&Learn: Carer Awareness

27 February 2024 12:00 - 13:00

You are invited to our interactive lunch & learn webinar focusing on carers awareness and identification.

Horsham Carer Group
Horsham Carer Group

28 February 2024 10:30 - 12:00

Horsham Carer Group is a face-to-face support group for unpaid carers living in West Sussex.

Carer Benefits & Cost of Living Event
Carer Benefits & Cost of Living Event

28 February 2024 13:30 - 15:00

Join us and local partners to access information, resources and support to help you maximise your household income

Advice and Support

We've put together a directory of our partner organisations in Horsham. Click on the organisation names below to find out more.

The Hub Upper Beeding – social & community support 

Horsham Matters – providing hardship relief 

Aldingbourne Trust – providing opportunities for adults with learning disabilities or autism  

Alzherimer’s Soceity Horsham – information, guidance and advice 

Horsham Pathfinder – mental health & wellbeing support 

Horsham Phoenix Stroke Club 

Horsham Family Hub - drop in for support and social spaces to meet others

Parkinson’s Horsham – monthly social and support group 

The Butterfly Project – forward-thinking community focus for adult with learning disabilities 

 

Young Adult Carers

Find It Out Service – countywide support  

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Short Break Provision

Below you will find a list of providers near you who are offering a variety of carer services for you and the people you look after. Please note all sessions need to be booked prior to attendance – please call the service provider directly. Details of how to do so are below. Our Take Time For You leaflet has lots of useful information.

Location: Age UK Lavinia House, Horsham

When: Every Monday - 10am-3pm

 

Weekly day support from 10am - 3pm for adults living with Dementia.

We support members to engage in stimulating and meaningful activities to promote confidence and social interaction.

Family/friend carers also benefit from the weekly respite this provides.

All refreshments and a two-course lunch provided.

To find out more please contact on 07753 879779 / dementia@ageukwsbh.org.uk

Location: Trinity Centre, Storrington

When: Every Tuesday and Friday - 10am-3pm

 

Weekly day support from 10am - 3pm for adults living with Dementia.

We support members to engage in stimulating and meaningful activities to promote confidence and social interaction.

Family/friend carers also benefit from the weekly respite this provides.

All refreshments and a two-course lunch provided.

To find out more please contact on 07753 879779 / dementia@ageukwsbh.org.uk

This Day Club is a unique opportunity to enjoy good food and companionship, within a fully trained host’s house. Two to five guests will be invited to the host’s house to enjoy a delicious home cooked lunch, whilst enjoying the companionship of others in a similar situation. The Club’s mission is twofold: to support those living in isolation, perhaps feeling socially excluded or experiencing a deterioration in memory and to also provide a day of valuable respite to those carers who look after their loved one (our guest) on a day to day basis.

The Tapestry Day Club aims to create an environment where guests feel supported and cared for, help reduce anxiety, have regular face-to-face contact with others which enables strong relationships to be built, re-gain confidence, enjoy being part of a small group and ultimately remain a valued member of their community.

For more information, please contact us by phone 01403 791020 or email support@tapestrydayclub.co.uk 

www.tapestrydayclub.co.uk

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