Meet others and share experiences, hear from experts on how best to look after yourself, learn some new skills, and have fun!

The first four sessions are as follows: 

Older_Carers_Lunch

Monday 22nd July

Meet fellow carers, hear more about the plans for the group over the coming months and enjoy a lovely lunch

11am to 1pm at KCN office 

 

Squires_Garden_Centre

Wednesday 31st July

Join us at Squires Garden Centre, Long Ditton for coffee and cake plus a short stroll in their beautiful wildflower meadow or a spot of shopping 

10.30am - mini bus from KCN office - return around 12.30pm to KCN

Mind_in_Kingston

Monday 5th August

Do you care for someone with mental health issues? 

Mind will be coming to talk about how you can support someone when they are having a tough time and how to manage an emergency situation. Plus plenty of opportunity to talk to fellow carers. 

11am to 1pm at KCN office - refreshments provided 

Looking_after_Yourself

Wednesday 14th August

Looking after yourself 

It's really important to look after yourself as much as possible. Hear about strategies and techniques you can utilise. Plus plenty of opportunity to talk to fellow carers. 

11am to 1pm at KCN office - refreshments provided 



If you would like to attend any or all four sessions then please contact Laura Burt on 020 3375 8226 or mentoring@kingstoncarers.org.uk to book a place. 

Carers_Trust

13:18, 09 Jul 2019 by Jo Cocup

Achieving for children

A reminder you that the short consultation on the Richmond SEND Futures Plan is still open for comment.  

The draft plan, sets out how Richmond Council, Achieving for Children and the Richmond Clinical Commissioning Group will improve SEND services over the next three years.

The online consultation and draft plan can be found here together with:
An easy-read version of the consultation
An easy-read version of the draft Plan

 

 

 

The consultation closes at midnight on 14 July 2019.

Thank you for your help and support

11:24, 09 Jul 2019 by Jo Cocup

Air_Quality_Forum

Kingston Council have set up an air quality forum and want to hear from anyone who lives, works, studies or visits the borough. If you could kindly circulate the information below, we would be grateful.  

Air quality is one of the biggest issues we face. It has huge impacts on our health - and we need to take action to tackle it. We are committed to improving air quality across the borough by working together with residents, communities, and partners to find solutions and ideas that will improve all our lives.

On the Thursday 11 July, we’ll be holding a drop-in session to hear ideas from local residents, businesses and the voluntary sector about improving air quality, and to share with you some of our current initiatives. This Air Quality Forum will be the start of a sustained programme of activity focused on improving our air across the borough for years to come.

You are invited to attend at any time between 4pm and 7.30pm at the Guildhall. Please register for the event at kingstonletstalk.co.uk/air-quality to give us an idea of numbers. No need to tell us what time you plan to come along.

 

13:40, 03 Jul 2019 by Jo Cocup

Hillcroft_Open_Day

HILLCROFT OPEN DAY

SAT 13 JULY 10 - 2pm | KT6 6DF

REGISTER HERE

Bring along your loved ones and have fun in the sun with great family activities. Whilst all that is going on, enjoy our fun tasters and informative talks that can answer all your questions.

Get advice and guidance on our women's residential option,
help with paying your fees, childcare and more. Come and develop your skills in a supportive and welcoming environment! Meet tutors, tour our Hillcroft campus and enrol for September! 

Find out more here: https://www.rhacc.ac.uk/events/rhacc-open-day-13-july-hillcroft

12:16, 26 Jun 2019 by Jo Cocup

Summer_Party_2019_1Carers Week (10th - 14th June) was a huge success here at KCN, packed full of events and activities. In fact, we had so much going on we had to start a week early to fit it it all in!

Events included: Summer Party, Royal Albert Hall Songbook, Hampton Court Palace, Cream Tea at Mayfield Lavender Farm, and Working for Carers Talk.

We hope that all carers who attended had a fantastic time.

See https://www.kingstoncarers.org.uk/adult-carers/social-activities/ for details of upcoming events. 

Summer_Party_2019_2

 

12:53, 18 Jun 2019 by Jo Cocup

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