Glasgow East End Community Carers - Hub Service launched our very own new Sensory Room on the 13th March 2017. On the day was a great turn out by carers and care professionals.
Sensory room is held at our office at Academy House 1346 Shettleston Road, G32 9AT
For More information on our New Sensory Room please call us on 0141 764 0550 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Homecare Services Open Day
Glasgow East End Community Carers Homecare Service invite you along to joining us to celebrate our Open Day
On: Wednesday 29th June
From: 11am - 3.30pm
At: Our Offices at 1346 Shettleston Road, Academy House, G32 9AT
Every day is an open day for us at East End Carers but we plan to make this one, one to remember!
With tea/coffee and refreshments available.
We will also provie a buffett lunch around 12.30pm
There will be a selection of treatments on offer and we will also have a smoothie bike for some added fun.
We hope to see you there.
Part of our Carers Hub we have some training available for carers to develop more skills regarding their loved ones.
First Dates confirmed are Dementia Training
On 18th August & 25th August 2016 from 1-3pm
Here at our offices in Academy House.
To book onto the training please contact us on 0141 764 0550 or email Doreen on email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you.
Carers Hub Launch
Yesterday we launched our new carers hub in our premises at Academy House. Over 100 carers and their families as well as professionals joined us to find out more about the service we plan to offer to our carers.
Our local MSP John Mason also attended and we were delighted that he formally opened the hub for us. We would like to thank him for taking the time to come along and do this. Keep an eye on our News/Events tab for more information about upcoming dates and times of various activities and events happening in the hub.
Our first drop in cafe takes place Next Tuesday 17th May from 1pm-3pm and will take place same time each week.
Please come along and join us we look forward to seeing you.
Support Group Notice
Our support group for Parents Carers with Long Term conditions has been cancelled for the month of April.
Training Co-Ordinators will be in touch to let you know when the next group will be. As they cover the group for the whole of the North East.
If you would like to know anything else please contact the office on 0141 764 0550.
North East Glasgow Locality Planning Event
We Want to ask local people their views on health and social care services in the North East of Glasgow.
On Wednesday 16th March 2016 @ 9.30am - 1.30pm
At Glasgow Women's Library
19-23 Landressy Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow, G40 1BP
Tea/Coffee on arrival. Sandwich lunch at 12.30pm
To book a place please call Sue Halley on 0141 277 7539 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you can make it along.
Columba 1400 : changing young people’s lives and their communities
Columba 1400 is an award winning social enterprise and charity. Their purpose is to help young people
realise that they already have an inner greatness and confidence to transform their own
lives and those around them
Young people, their parents or carers, teachers, support workers and other key figures from
across the UK come together at their centres in Skye and on the banks of Loch Lomond. Their
residential programmes, followed by ongoing support, are designed to give young people the
strength and courage to find their own unique voice and purpose – and to use that voice to
inspire families and communities on return.
At East End Carers we have been lucky enough to secure 12 places for our Young Carers to
participate in this inspirational programme. The young people will participate in the
6 day residential programme in July next year. Work will begin with Columba 1400 staff
3 months before this and there will be 6 months of ongoing support after they complete
the residential programme.
Time To Live - Shared Care Scotland
Time to Live is part of the Creative Breaks Programme and provides a sum of
money to an organisation like ourselves to make grants available to
individual carers directly so that they can choose and pay for a short
break that suits them best.
A short break is quality time when carers and those they care for can
recharge their batteries and catch their breath. It might be a few hours
to pursue a hobby or activity, catch up with friends for lunch, or read a
book. Or it might be a few days away, either together or separately. It
might be having time apart, or having quality time together away from the
At the Carers Centre we have been lucky enough to have Time to Live Funding
for the past 4 years and have just had news that we will be lucky enough to
have funding for next year. The current years fund ends at the end of October
with the new fund opening on 1st November. Last year 50 carers were fortunate
enough to access a grant through this fund and get a much needed break from their caring role.
Family Holiday Cooperative
One of Glasgow Easts newest charities launched in January of this year. The charity – run as a cooperative – brings together family support agencies from across the North East of Glasgow to provide one week respite breaks to families living on low income and facing challenging circumstances.
The holidays provided cost no more then £200 (plus £50 deposit) and for some families they are free.
This year we were able to support 15 of our carers to make a referral to this project and access a holiday for them and their family. They all enjoyed a much needed break in one of the 2 caravans the project has at Craig Tara on the Ayrshire coast and had a wonderful time – despite our weather this summer!!