For Carers’ Rights Day, Age UK Islington and its Islington Carers Hub team are running a special programme of events. It is for Islington residents who look after a friend, family member or relative, to get to know their rights as a carer. Sessions include carers rights when it comes to housing, financial support, taking a break and more. Plus information on support available in the borough for carers and those they care for.
As part of the progamme of events, our C&I Recovery College will be hosting a webinar on Emotional resilience. Emotional resilience is the ability to adapt to stressful situations, and cope with life’s ups and downs. The team will be talking about “Tea and Talk” - a new series of co-produced talks about mental wellbeing with the C&I Recovery College. The talks are designed to promote openness around mental health and to encourage people to start thinking about how we better address our own needs.
For the full Carers Rights Day programme and how to book onto a session, click here. You’ll be able to join by phone or by Zoom, online. If you’d like help in advance of the day to use Zoom, please contact email@example.com.
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