The Community Activities Directory provides information on a range of adult community activities that are available including those that are specifically for carers.
Information about events taking place will also be found on the York Carers Centre Events Calendar,
York Mind, in partnership with other organisations have an exciting programme of mental health and wellbeing activities to support individuals’ needs.
Activities will run across the year, with staggered start dates and include guided learning such as Mindfulness, vocational courses, facilitated peer support, green exercise, woodland wellbeing sessions, social events and support groups.
York Mind will provide the single point of access for participants to enrol on individual activities.
For further information or to enrol please contact York Mind on 01904 643364 or email email@example.com.
The Activities Programme is funded by City of York Council.
For information on general activities for young people visit YorOK Young People
For information and activities for young carers visit the Young Carers Section of the York Carers Centre website.
Yortime provides information about events, festivals and learning opportunities in York.
Although you're committed to your caring role, you also have a right to a life of your own and taking part in any leisure or social activities you enjoy.
York Carers Centre has a free discount card for carers in York that can save you money at nearly 50 local businesses; a wide range of shops, services, restaurants and gyms are taking part. This is available to all carers who register with York Carers Centre.
A number of places allow free or discounted admission when a carer needs to escort someone with a disability. Remember to ask about 'discount for carers' when you're out and about, as venues have their own eligibility criteria.
If you register with York Carers Centre you will receive a discount card automatically.
CarerSmart is a new club from Carers Trust, the UK’s largest carers charity, and is open to carers, people with care needs and staff and volunteers across the Carers Trust network.
Joining is easy and free, once you’re a member, you can benefit from a wide range of offers including:
Each year in June, Carers week highlights the vital work done by carers and raises awareness of the issues they face. A number of events and activities for carers takes place, which aim to:
York Carers Centre has details of local events.
There are a number of specialist groups and cafés aimed to provide a supportive environment for people with dementia and their carers. Many of these are organised by the Alzheimers Society.
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