The Carers Centre is still here for you
Currently our staff are all working from home but our helplines are still open if you need support, advice or information. Our phone line is open: 0116 2510999 email us: email@example.com
P/T Carer Services Manager -Vacancy
We currently have a vacancy for a PT Carer Services Manager. This Senior Management role is for 20 hrs a week and is funded until March 2025.
The Carers Services Manager will take the lead on ensuring our services and projects are always delivered to a high quality and continue to meet the needs of carers. The post holder will help to develop new service ideas in partnership with carers, providing support for funding bids and evaluating what we do now to inform the future.
A lot of what we do and how we do it has changed over the last year but what hasn’t changed is that we remain fully committed to supporting unpaid carers however we can.
If this sounds like something you would like to be part of, please get in touch to receive an Application Pack and find out more: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0116 2510999. You can also download the job role documents and application forms here:
Carers Centre – Groups, Training & Activities
Although we are unable to provide face to face services whilst the lockdown continues, we have a regular programme of weekly events, training and support groups taking place during FEBRUARY
Together We Care Groups: Carers of Adults every Friday 10.30 & Carers of under 25’s every Tuesday 10.30
Training & Information Sessions: Relaxation; Energywise Talk; Moving & Handling
Staying Well Together: Drama with Priscilla; Singalong with Kyle; Clairobics – Chair Exercise to Music
Crafty Carers: Drawing; Photo Frames; Macrame with Beads
Time For Me: Games Night; Carers Cuppa; Picture Quiz; Beetle Drive
For more information about our February groups and activities please see our latest newsletter http://claspthecarerscentre.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Carers-Connected-NEWSLETTER-FEB-21.pdf
or go to our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/The-Carers-Centre-Leicestershire-and-Rutland-427089887348799/
All services are free of charge and open to all carers. If you would like to join in with any of activities please contact us and we will arrange for all the details of how to join. All you will need is either a smart phone, tablet or laptop/PC with internet access. We will do the rest!
Although all of our fundraising events have been cancelled we are finding we are needed more then ever so we are busy applying for grants to enable us to continue to offer a range of services. Please see our FaceBook page https://www.facebook.com/The-Carers-Centre-Leicestershire-and-Rutland-427089887348799/ or contact us directly for information about our how to support our fundraising efforts.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
FREE Training Opportunity
These courses are delivered by Promas – an independant service from The Carers Centre. However through our work with their organisation we hope to provide additional support to carers who feel they may benefit from participating in these online courses. If you are interested and wish to receive step by step instructions on how to access the free online training courses for carers. Please contact The Carers Centre on 0116 2510 999 or email us at email@example.com.
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Over 25 Years of Supporting Carers
We are a Leicestershire based charity and dedicated to supporting family carers across the diverse population of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland who look after people with different needs.
In Leicestershire alone, there are over 105,000 family carers and we provide a wide range of services to support all carers. As a highly valued organisation we receive many referrals from GPs, social workers, health professionals, police and other charitable organisations. We offer a range of free services to help both practically and emotionally.
By giving family carers ongoing dedicated support we can help them cope with their situations within their own homes. Our work makes a huge difference to carers struggling to cope with disabled and critically ill loved ones.
- Enhance the quality of life of carers and their families
- Empower carers to maximise their rights and entitlements
- Raise public awareness of carers and their needs
- Raise awareness of the value of carers and their contribution to society
- To become a recognised centre of excellence
Carers provide ongoing support to a relative, friend or neighbour who, due to ill health, long term condition or disability cannot manage without their help. Carers can be any age or gender, from all backgrounds and communities.
Caring responsibilities can include providing personal care (washing, bathing, dressing, feeding), cooking, housework, shopping, managing finances, helping with medication and injections, as well as providing emotional and social support. Carers are not paid for providing help, although some may be eligible for benefits.
The Carers Centre is run by a Board of Trustees, the majority of whom are carers or former carers. Currently, all of our staff are carers or former carers.
The Carers Centre has access to a wide range of information and can help you with information about social care and health services, carers rights, and a range of other information.
Consulting with carers is a crucially important aspect of The Carers Centre’s existence and its future development. We aim to give carers a voice in the way our services are run and in the development of new services. Read More