CARERS AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
A carer is someone who helps another person, usually a relative or friend in their day to day life. This is not the same as someone who provides care professionally or thorugh voluntary organisations. carers are adults and children who take care of adults or disabled chidlren and they are unpaid. The caring role can be stressful and isolating. Carers provide care to people twho are ill, frail or living with a disability and cannot manage without them. For more information for help for carers read some useful information on help available.
Help for carers
If you are a carer you may be able to get help from Haringey council. Haringey council's carer's hub at Wood Green central library has recently opened. f offers a relaxing space to meet other carers over a cup of tea.
Financial help for carers
You may be entitled to a Carer’s Allowance is £62.10 a week to help you look after someone with substantial caring needs. You don’t have to be related to, or live with, the person you care for. To check your eligibility and apply visit GOV.UK's Carer's Allowance page
RCCG, living spring centre
Selby Centre, Selby road, office White Hart lane. N17 8JN. Opening times: Wed: 12.00 - 5.00pm; Thurs: 12.00 - 5.00pm Telephone: 07460 519019; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Gospel Centre
Wightman Road (corner Raleigh Road) London N8 0LT. Tue 6.30pm - 9.00pm; Sun 11.30am -1.00pm
HOLY TRINITY (CoE) Church
(Stroud Green) Granville road, London N4 4EL. Opening time: Sunday 1.30-4.00
St Anne's library
Cissbury road, tottenham, n5 5pu
Wednesday 3:30pm - 5pm