There are social and support groups for carers across West Sussex and Hampshire that you can take part in.
There are also a wide range of social activities for older people and people with Dementia, that offer respite for carers, or which carers are welcome to attend.
Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust Carers Health team hold regular carers wellbeing drop-in clinics at Worthing Library.Read more
Carers Support run social groups across West Sussex for carers of people with a wide range of support needs. There are lots of different types of groups available to help you find a group feel comfortable with.Read more
At Sage House in Tangmere, Chichester, Dementia Support hold a wide range of social activities and groups for people with dementia and their carers.Read more
Royal Voluntary Service Good Neighbours and Community Companions provide valuable company and friendship for older people in their own home across West Sussex and Hampshire, as well as making sure the person they visit is safe and well.Read more
Royal Voluntary Service also run a wide of range of activities for older people taking place in community centres and cafes across West Sussex and Hampshire, as well as lunch clubs and other regular social activities.Read more
Contact the Elderly hold friendly and informal social meetings across West Sussex and Hampshire, to help older people feel less socially isolated.Read more
The Carers’ Centre for Brighton & Hove works with anyone who looks after a partner, family, member or friend because of ill health, disability or old age. If you live within Brighton & Hove and are a carer (even if the person you care for doesn't) then get in touch if you need information or support.Read more
Services and activities in Worthing for people with dementia, their carers and family.Read more
A range of free digital resources are available to help West Sussex residents who care for relatives, partners or friends find information and juggle tasks.Read more
The carers health team are health professionals who aim to promote the health and wellbeing of carers. It is a free service provided by Sussex Community NHS Trust providing support for carers over the age of 18 registered with a West Sussex GP. They work directly with carers and will develop individual strategies for each carer with an aim to reduce the strain of coping with their caring role.Read more
Crossroads Care South Central are part of Carers Trust and provide advice and support for carers as well as social clubs with people with support needs and carers can attend.Read more