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  1. Carers UK Adviceline

    From: Carers UK

    You can talk to us five days a week, no matter where you are in the UK or how complex your query is. We do benefits checks and advise on financial and practical matters related to caring. We provide information and advice on: benefits and tax credits...

  2. Coffee morning

    From: The Grove Drug Treatment Service

    Are you worried about someone else's alcohol use? We run a coffee morning every two weeks at the shine café Drop in and have a chat Every other Monday, 10:30 am to 11:30 am

  3. jointly

    From: Carers UK

    Jointly is an app that makes caring for someone a little easier, less stressful and a lot more organised by making communication and coordination between those who share the care as easy as a text message. See https://www.jointlyapp.com/#welcome for more...

  4. Carers living with a learning disability coffee morning

    From: Learning disabilities reference Group

    Coffee morning for Carers living with a learning disability. Come and meet other carers, have a cuppa and a chat. 1st Thurday of the month 10.00am to 11.30am Ermine Road Community Hub. 2 Ermine Road South Tottenham N15 6DB

    • Macmillan Cancer Support centre

      From: North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust

      Who we are The Macmillan Cancer Support centre offers up-to-date, quality information about cancer. If you have questions about cancer, you can talk face-to-face in a relaxed and informal environment. The centre is managed by an experienced cancer nurse...

    • Drop in and support services at North Middlesex Hospital

      From: Barnet Citizens Advice Bureau Macmillan Project

      For cancer patients and their carers: Welfare Benefits Advice and support with grant applications and care costs. Located at the Macmillan Service Information Centre, second floor, main building. The drop in and advice sessions oeprate on Wednesday mornings.

    • HAIL Hub

      From: HAIL

      Click here for our Sensory Hub info leaflet Click here for our Gaming Sessions leaflet HAIL's Autism Hub is a community based service which provides an environment and activities to meet the needs of people on the Autistic Spectrum and people involved...

    • Navigate

      From: Scope

      Navigate provides support at the start of your journey as a parent of a disabled child. It's a six-week programme that aims to put you in touch with a personal advisor, helping you to talk about your feelings and concerns. Phone: 0808 801 0510 Monday...

    • Carers Support Project Carers voucher scheme

      From: HAIL

      Do you live in Haringey? Do you provide support or CARE to someone who is over 18 Carers voucher scheme Giving you access to a wide range of goods and services (at no cost) that promote wellbeing. This could be anything from holistic therapies or ‘pampering’,...

    • Breast Feeding Support Group

      From: Park Lane Children's Centre

      Information and support around breastfeeding Length of programme/support Wednesdays, 10am-12pm Mothers of children within age range Newborn

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