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Our Mindful Walking Group for carers meets every Monday in the Corran Halls Car Park, Oban, at 11.00am, for a gentle relaxed walk to Dunollie and back via The Witches. Plenty of time for wildlife spotting and plant ID. We've seen deer, seals and the otter so far.

If you'd like to join us just turn up on a Monday, or contact Mairi for more details: mairi@northargyllcarers.org.uk

Do you help to look after someone who could not manage without your help?

Maybe an elderly parent, or a partner or child with disabilities or an addiction.

There are lots of people just like you in Argyll, who look after someone who could not manage on their own.

At North Argyll Carers Centre we want to make sure that you get information, help, and support to help you carry out your vital role.

 

Please phone us on 01631 564422                                                     or email info@northargyllcarers.org.uk

to find out more about how we can support you.

 

Some of what we offer:

  • Emotional support

  • Practical support

  • A weekly coffee morning (Tuesdays)

  • Counselling

  • Support for carers living in rural areas & the islands

  • Access to Benefits Checks

  • The Cherish Transport Fund

  • Stress Relieving Therapies  

 

  • Young Carers Services

  • Young Adult Carers Service

  • Support Groups

  • Training & Activities

  • Social Outings & Residential Trips

  • Access to respite

  • Carers Support Plans

  • And many other groups  See more >>

Our Latest News:
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Have you a few minutes to complete the survey on SDS & Covid 19?

If you currently receive SDS you can complete it here:

SDS Covid 19 Survey 2021 (surveymonkey.co.uk)

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Testimonials

 

“The staff at the Carers Centre are like my second family. Just brilliant. ”

 

Carers comment

 

“Gave me a great deal of insight into my own feelings of anger and frustration and how to cope with them"

 

'Time for Me' session

“This was a time for me to relax and be myself. I felt 'at home' in the group. The outdoor activities/walks were the best time for sharing problems & finding common emotions and needs. This time out really helped me. Thank you so very much.”

 

Residential Break on Tiree

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Please note that all our groups, coffee mornings, and learning sessions are now being held online. Email -mairi@northargyllcarers.org.uk

for the Zoom codes to join us.