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Capable Creatures’ Peer Support Walk for July is this Tuesday the 24th at 11.45am meeting outside the Hawthorn Urban Wildlife Centre on the Southampton Common. You do not need a dog to join in. Family, friends, PAs, carers and children are welcome. £1 contribution towards the insurance necessary to hold these walks. The walk is about 2 miles (3.2km) and finishes at about 1.30pm Read more
Drop-in sessions for people living with dementia and their carers, family, friends Read more
Wayne Howard's next Drop-In for carers of anyone with an acquired brain injury is at the Western Community Hospital will be taking place on Fri 3rd August. Read more
SAVE THE DATE for the return of the popular Southampton Healthy Living Festival 2018. With awesome activities, stylish stallholders and a fabulous food village, this is certainly a day out not to miss. Read more
Run by carers and family members of those affected by mental illness in association with Rethink. Meet on the second Tuesday of every month 6.30pm-8.30pm at Sholing Baptist Church, 104 Middle Rd, Southampton SO19 8FS Read more
On 24 July 2018 the UK government will co-host its first ever Global Disability Summit with the International Disability Alliance and the Government of Kenya at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London and will bring together more than 700 delegates from governments, donors, private sector organisations, charities and organisations of persons with disabilities. Read more
Live in the Bitterne, Thornhilll, Harefield or Townhill areas?
Need wellbeing support but not sure where to go?
Solent Mind's team of community peer navigators can work with you to find out what support you need to improve your mental wellbeing, and help you to access it. Read more
What help, both financial and otherwise, is available for unpaid carers? If you have a separate job what legal and informal options exist for you to get the help you need from your employer? If you're a young carer, where can you find support?
Joining Paul Lewis are Sally West, Policy Manager Income and Policy for Age UK, Katherine Wilson, Head of Employers for Carers which is a Carers UK initiative and Laura Bennett, Senior Policy Manager, Young and Young Adult Carers at Carers Trust. Read more
A doctoral research fellow at the University of Southampton is looking to recruit carers (family and friends) of individuals with dementia. Click the post for more details. Read more
July Solent Mind activity listings in Southampton include some new informal art sessions. Click the post to see what they have coming up. Read more