Carers Rights Day at TuVida

Services across TuVida celebrated Carers Rights Day on Thursday 23 November with a series of events. Read more

Carers Rights Day 2023

Carers Rights Day is Thursday 23 November 2023. Carers Rights Day is about raising awareness of caring, helping to identify carers and signposting them to information, advice and support. Read more

West Street Halloween Party

Our West Street day service in Congleton put on a ghoulishly great Halloween Party for users of the service last week. Read more

Young Carers Notts Halloween Spooktacular!

Our Young Carers Notts service hosted a Halloween Spooktacular party for young carers at the service’s Mansfield HQ last week. Read more

Shropshire Young Carers Duck Race

On the 1st October 2023 Shropshire’s annual duck race took place at Betton Mill Bridge in Market Drayton. This year it was in aid of our Shropshire Young Carers team. Read more

New service for young carers

TuVida has today launched Young Carers Notts, a new service for young people who care for someone in the City of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Read more

North Northamptonshire team celebrate first anniversary

Tuvida’s North Northamptonshire Short Term Home Care service celebrate first anniversary. Read more

New forums for carers in Bridgend and Herefordshire

Unpaid carers in Bridgend and Herefordshire have the chance to help shape local support services through new carers’ forums. Read more

Esther’s Charity Skydive

Fearless TuVida worker Esther Scott will be leaping out of a plane from 14,000ft this September – all in the aid of a charity close to her heart. Read more

The Carer’s Leave Act

In April 2024 the Carer’s Leave Act will come into force. This will enable working carers to take unpaid leave to fulfil caring responsibilities. Read more

Carers Week Highlights

Carers Week 2023 highlights from across TuVida. Read more

TuVida staff raise vital funds for Nottingham Hospitals Charity

TuVida staff have raised over £400 to Nottingham Hospitals Charity, funding life-saving equipment for young people staying in hospital. Read more

Volunteers' Week 2023

Volunteers' Week is an annual celebration of the contribution millions of people make through volunteering in their communities. Read more

Let’s Eat Cake!

To mark Dementia Action Week, the the TuVida Bulwell Carer Support Group hosted a Let's Eat Cake afternoon in support of Alzheimer’s Research UK. Read more

Carers Week 2023

TuVida is marking Carers Week 2023 with a range of activities and events aimed at raising awareness of unpaid carers and the support available to them. Read more

Bridgend Carers Wellbeing Launch

On Tuesday 6 June TuVida will be hosting a special event for unpaid carers, showcasing the range of support available in Bridgend, south Wales. Read more

Nottinghamshire young carers celebrate spring

Young carers from across Nottinghamshire have enjoyed a range of spring events run by TuVida’s Nottinghamshire Young Carers Service. Read more

Shrewsbury Academy scoop first Young Carers in Schools Award in Shropshire

Shrewsbury Academy has been awarded the first Young Carers in Schools Award in Shropshire with support from Crossroads Together, part of TuVida. Read more

TuVida to deliver vital new services

Over the last few months, TuVida has successfully won several competitive tenders to deliver new services across the UK. Read more

Crossroads Together merges with TuVida

Last Autumn Crossroads Together, a provider of services for carers of all ages, merged with TuVida. Read more

Five of our services catered to the wellbeing of carers

We offer numerous services across different regions in England. We’re very proud of some of the positive feedback that tells how we’ve supported people’s lives. Read more

5 things said about us by our service users

Want to know what our service users say about us? Here is a list of some recent testimonials Read more

Charities host weekend break for carers

West Sussex-based care organisations joined forces this summer to host a relaxing weekend break for people with dementia and their carers. Read more