When it comes to the world of care, individualised support can be invaluable — both for the person being cared for, and their family members.

At TuVida, we know that caring for a loved one is not always easy and that help may be required. For carers, help often means being able to take time off for themselves, with the knowledge that the person they look after is still safe and supported.

As well as providing a respite service, we also provide events, activities and access to relevant information, advice and peer support for carers based in Ealing.

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Information and support

Through the Ealing Carers Hub (also known locally as the Ealing Carers Service) we can provide support and guidance to unpaid carers, to help them navigate the health and social care system and ensure that they look after their own needs, too.

Our services for carers include:

  • Information, advice and signposting
  • Help with form filling (such as benefits forms, carers emergency cards of grant applications)
  • Help to get back into work (including employment and training advice and assistance with CV writing/filling out application forms)
  • Advice on how to access social care support
  • Support groups - including:
    • drug and alcohol support groups
    • peer support groups (meetings with other carers)

Activities and events

We provide the following regular activities in Acton and Greenford, for carers who live in the London Borough of Ealing:

Please note: Due to the Coronavirus outbreak our clubs may be running differently than shown in the tables below, for safety reasons. For example, groups may take place at different times or locations, have reduced availability, or even be held online.

Please contact us to confirm all timings and availability.

Coffee mornings Featuring guest speakers
Health and wellbeing classes Including Zumba, Yoga, Pilates and healthy eating cookery classes
Holistic therapies Including reflexology and massage
IT training Either one to one of in a group session
Pampering sessions - foot care Either in your own home or at the carers centre
Peer support group The opportunity to meet with other carers
Physiotherapy Including one to one treatment sessions and a weekly gym class with our Consultant Physiotherapist
Training for carers Including manual handling and basic first aid

For more information including costs, or to book a place on any of these activity sessions, please contact us.

Young carers service

Young carers can get involved with a number of fun activities where they can meet other young carers, make new friends, and access information and advice.

These activities are provided in close collaboration with the Brentford young carers project.

To find out more, please contact us.

Contact us

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 0203 137 6194 (9am-5pm, Monday-Friday)

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