Home to School Transport Consultation

Southampton Parent Carer Forum REALLY NEED your help to tell them what’s working and what isn’t working and to give them your ideas/views about this service. The first event is at Southampton Mencap on Wednesday 25th April at 6pm-8pmRead more

The Environment Centre Guide for Energy Comparison

With recent energy price hike's announced here is tEC's guide for energy price comparison and switchingRead more

Iridis dementia design app

Iridis is a FREE app available on Apple or android intended for carrying out dementia design assessments of places where people live.Read more

How to create a dementia friendly environment

Strange or unfamiliar environments can be stressful and daunting for a person living with dementia so home care is hugely important for sufferers and their families. Article from Derby TelegraphRead more

Vacancy for Senior Coordinator at Carers in Southampton

A lively, flexible individual is required to assist the Service Manager run this City wide service to support and empower carers who are caring for people with a wide range of needs.Read more

Study for anyone involved in dementia care

Give your views to University of Southampton researcher on the most important effects of physical activity for people living with dementiaRead more

Live-In Care: Considerations

An article from The Good Care Group on assessing whether your home is suitable for live-in careRead more

Benefits changes in April 2018

Carer’s Allowance, and all carer’s elements and premiums will increase in April 2018Read more

Life-Changing Apps for People with Brain Injury

The BrainLine team sorted through many resources to compile this list of apps for mobile devices for people with a brain injury, their families and caregivers.Read more

Caring through a mental health crisis

An article about Recovery Space: Recommendations to help carers who face a number of challenges when looking after someone going through a mental health crisis.Read more

Online marketplace for disability equipment

The website is free and simple to use and also includes a wanted section. They accept donated equipment with a percentage of proceeds being donated to charity (currently Guide Dogs).Read more