March Care for a Cuppa dates
Monday 27 March, 3-4pm - Book here
April Care for a Cuppa dates
Monday 3 April, 11am-12noon - Book here
Tuesday 11 April, 3-4pm - Book here
Monday 17 April, 3-4pm - Book here
Evening Care for a Cuppa - Thursday 20 April -7.30-8.30pm
Come join this evening Care for a Cuppa to meet other carers, share experiences, and find mutual support. Everyone is welcome to attend, and we particularly encourage working carers to join us. Book here
Monday 24 April, 3-4pm - Book here
Thank you so much for your support. I just love these sessions. It make me feel part of civilization - otherwise I would be on my own."
(Care for a Cuppa attendee)
How to sign up
If you would like to join, please register by clicking the "Book here" option of the session you wish to attend, and you’ll be sent a confirmation email with details on how to join the chat and a Zoom "join meeting" link. The confirmation email is sent one week prior to each session, and you will also receive an email reminder in the morning of the session. Please also check your spam folder. If you have registered during the weekend or during out of office hours, you will receive a confirmation email as soon as possible. You will need to register for each Care for a Cuppa individually.
Before joining Care for a Cuppa, read our guidelines for our online chats here.
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Carers UK is partnering with Regina Blitz for eight months to raise awareness of caring across the UK and help carers to recognise their caring role. Regina will be supporting the Carers UK Care for a Cuppa sessions from August 2022 to March 2023 and will be giving away gift bags to carers who register to receive one.
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