A monthly support group for carers who have attended Stockport Dementia Care Training. Read more
As a carer, talking to other carers can be a great opportunity for everyone to share experiences and enjoy the friendly, supportive company of others in the same boat. That's why Signpost offers a Carers' Support Group (Dementia) and NEW Signpost Carer Coffee Mornings - we want to give carers the chance to get together and talk to other carers who understand their situation. These groups run on a monthly basis and we'd love to see you anytime.
There are many other support groups for carers in Stockport; those listed here are just a snapshot of what is available. If you'd like us to add a support group that's not listed here, please email [email protected] with details. If you are seeking a specific support group near you, give us a ring on 0161 442 0442 or email and we'll do our best to point you in the right direction.
Meetings for anyone with an interest in the association, covering the area of South Manchester.Read more
Tuesday morning relaxation and companionship for carers.Read more
Gentle exercise classes running in several locations across Stockport. SMILE stands for: Small Movements Improve Life EverydayRead more
Supported by Equity Housing. 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7pm.Read more
A lovely way to spend an hour or two!
Join us each month in Heaton Moor, Heald Green, or at our new guided gardening coffee morning in Woodbank Memorial ParkRead more
A new support group for people with arthritis to meet others living with the condition.Read more
A monthly support group for carers who have attended Stockport Dementia Care Training.Read more
Monthly drop in, second Thursday of the month (except August).Read more
Fridays 11.30am-1.30pmRead more
Various drop in sessions to support families who have children/young people with additional needs.Read more
Weekly on a Tuesdays morning. For people living with dementia and their carers.Read more
Drop in group for carers of people with dementia, supported by The Rotary Club and The Alzheimer's Society. Alternate Wednesdays 10.30am-12.30pmRead more