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Upcoming Carer Development Programme Modules

We have modules of the Carer Development Programme coming up in Scotland!

We have three opportunities for you to participate in our free Carer Development Programme modules. We will be running another Welcome to tide event in the East End of Glasgow as well as two sessions of our You Can't Pour from an Empty Cup module. As always, these modules are completely free and we will cover your expenses to get there. Please get in touch if you require replacement care to attend.

  You Can't Pour from an Empty Cup In this workshop we will look at emotional wellbeing and how to look after it both throughout your involvement with tide and beyond. In a safe space we will cover the effects of stress on your thoughts and behaviours, we will identify unhealthy coping mechanisms and discover what healthy strategies look like for you. If you would like to connect and share with other carers of people with dementia and want to spend an evening considering your mental health in relation to your caring role, please come along! When: Tuesday 11th of June 6pm-9pm OR Thursday 13th of June 10.30am-1.30pm Where: Robertson House, 152 Bath street, Glasgow. Book your free place here for Tuesday or Thursday   Welcome to tide This event will give you the opportunity to get together with people in a similar situation, participate in stimulating discussion and learn from each others' experiences. You will also learn about tide, what you can expect from us and the various ways in which you can become involved with tide. When: Friday 28th of June, 10am-4pm Where: Baillieston Community care, 135 Westmuir street, Glasgow Book your free place here   If you would like to know more about these events, please get in touch with Beau on 0141 353 5607 or

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