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In these extraordinary times and now more than ever, unpaid carers are providing vital care and support to vulnerable people across Wales, saying they would appreciate keeping in touch remotely, so, we have set up our Tuesday afternoon, ‘Care for a Cuppa’.
Care for a cuppa - with a talk from CANIAD and HAFAL
Donna Jones from Caniad will be joining us at 3.30pm to discuss how Caniad is for anyone involved with mental health or substance misuse services, and anyone who cares for someone using these services. Influence decisions and help to shape mental health and substance misuse services by becoming a Caniad Involver.

What is Care for a Cuppa?

As a carer it’s important to take a little break and spend some time talking to people who understand what you’re going through. That’s why we’re organising a weekly online Care for a Cuppa through Zoom.

These meet ups will allow you to connect with other carers and hear from organisations from across Wales on the work they are doing.

Each session is a 1 ½ -hour window for you to drop in and chat at any time. Get support from the Carers Wales team, talk about your day, or talk about anything else you want to talk about. This is a chance to share your thoughts and feelings in a friendly, welcoming environment.

Based on your feedback we have now changed the sessions to a 50-minute open chat session, a 10-minute break and then a 30 – minute information session to close. This gives options to stay for 1 ½ hours / 50 minutes or 30 minutes depending on your caring responsibility.

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Want to see when upcoming sessions are and which organisations are going to be attending? Find out more here:

Dec 22, 2020 02:30 PM in London

These 2 hour zoom sessions offer a relaxed, supportive online community of carers, to come together, chat about how they are doing, share experiences and find out what help & support is available from Carers Wales and invited guests from other organisation
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