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Drop In Meeting
The first Carers drop in meeting was held at The Swan on the River on Wednesday 11th June 2014. Many thanks to all of the of the organisations who came to offer support and guidance to our Carers. It was agreed that further meetings should be held and put information onto our website for easy reference.
Thank you to the organisations in attendance:
Age UK Cambridgeshire - providing a range of vital services to people aged 50 and above.
Camsight - supporting local people with sight loss maintain their independence and quality of life.
Care Network Cambridgeshire - Help at Home - free short term practical volunteer help in your home.
Carers Trust - Family Carers Prescription - a free service for family carers of any age and lots more
Pos+Ability - providing support for continued independent living
Littleport Time Bank - Timebanking is a great community initiative set up to help one another by exchanging help, knowledge or skills. By helping someone write their CV, to a bit of gardening or picking up a prescription for someone, you can bank your time in the form of a credit and spend them on yourself at a later date. Everyone's time is equal irrespective of what you choose to exchange. Timebanking is not only about giving and receiving, its about building a stronger and happier community. For more information contact Caline Easey on 07702517746.
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