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We believe that carers and former carers have the experience and knowledge to improve health and social care, research, and policy development throughout the UK.

Your Stories

Your Stories

Read, watch or listen to tide members sharing their stories

Living Grief

Living Grief and Bereavement

Exploring complex feelings when caring for someone with dementia

Focus Groups

Focus Groups

Meet and discuss with people who share similar experiences to you


Carer Development Programme

You can learn the skills and confidence to stand up for your rights

Coffee Morning

Carer's Coffee Mornings

Informal get-togethers to meet and chat with other unpaid carers

Latest Newsfeed

getting your point (1)

Tips from carers on keeping well in the heatwave

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Crowded Isolation and Loneliness

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Upcoming events


Living Grief and Bereavement Group

This session is intended as a follow up to our Living Grief and Bereavement online sessions. If you have attended one or more of our Living Grief and Bereavement sessions then please feel free to join this event. We hope you will find a supportive, pressure-free space that allows you to connect with other carers and share common experiences in caring for someone.  Read more


Scotland Coffee Morning

Join us on Tuesday mornings for a relaxed chat with our team in Scotland and other member of tide. Read more


Former Carers Focus Group

Each month we hold Focused Group meet ups to enable specific groups of carers to meet up virtually and discuss topics related to their experiences as carers. Read more

One in three

will care for a person with dementia in their lifetime


people in the UK care for someone with dementia

£13.9 billion

savings made by unpaid carers to the UK economy

“‘Caring is a bit like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, the pieces symbolize the challenges that carers face on a daily basis, some larger and awkward, while others are corner pieces that fit perfectly. tide is the physical building together of the jigsaw, interlocking all the disconnected pieces, when assembled produce a complete picture" 

- tide member and wife of someone with dementia