Ealing: Charities collaborate to support unpaid carers 

By Cesar Medina

27th Feb 2024 | Local News

The recently established charity, Ealing Carers Partnership, aims to provide assistance to unpaid caregivers throughout Ealing (credit: National Cancer Institute/Unsplash).
The recently established charity, Ealing Carers Partnership, aims to provide assistance to unpaid caregivers throughout Ealing (credit: National Cancer Institute/Unsplash).

Ealing Carers Partnership is a new charity organisation set up to support unpaid carers across Ealing.

Working with Harlington Care, ECP have a number of replacement hours to offer unpaid carers who are in need of a break from their full-time caring duties.

The charity will also be offering training and support in the form of wellbeing activities and 'Carers Cafes'; coffee mornings set up to help foster connection within the wider carer community.  

Karen Bonnick, Manager of Ealing Carers Partnership said: "There are around 28,000 unpaid carers in the Borough of Ealing, many are not registered as carers and do not realise there is support available to them.

"We can sign post to information and advice services, connect carers to others in a similar position and in some cases, offer short breaks in the form of qualified CQC-registered carers.

"Get in touch if we can help you."  

Ealing Carers Partnerships 'Carers Cafes' meet on the  third Wednesday of the month at West Ealing Library and the fourth Tuesday of the month at Perivale Community Centre. 11am-12.30pm.  

To learn more about Ealing Carers Partnerships, click here.

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