Carer's Coffee Morning
Informal get-togethers to meet and chat with other unpaid carers
Sarah, Head of Campaigning and Influencing, has written a piece about the role of hospices in end of life care for people with dementia.
tide member, Anne, sent in a job advert for being a carer of someone with dementia for Carers Week 2023.
Feelings and behaviours of grief and bereavement are very much permitted and accepted in society when there is loss of life. Read more
Join us on Wednesday mornings for a relaxed chat with our team and other members of tide. Our coffee morning groups friendly, informal and attended by current carers, carers of those who are in residential care and former carers so are open to all.
Chat and change is a chance for you to meet and talk with other carers. Share your experiences and ease your concerns in a pressure-free supportive environment of other people who know what you are going through. The best way to start a positive change is to voice your thoughts & opinions. So come, listen and let's make a better future for carers together.
We use zoom for this and can help you get set up and started if this is new to you.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions Read more
Each month we hold meet-ups to enable specific groups of carers to meet up virtually and discuss topics related to their experiences as carers.
When? 2nd Thursday of the month at 2.30PM Read more
“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