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Home from Hospital Co-ordinator
We are delighted to be able to advertise a new role to support clients
predominately in the Ryedale District
37 hours per week
Tuesday to Saturday core days.
You will need to be flexible to help the team cover this 7 day a week service which operates 8.30-7pm.
Salary £18,759 (for 37 hours)
You will be joining our experienced team working with people being discharged from hospital and supporting them to maintain their independence by providing low level practical support, within the home (no personal care involved).
Carer's Week 11th - 17th June
Supporting carers to be Healthy and Connected
On the run up to Carers Week we are raising publicity on Yorkshire Coast Radio to help us begin our local Pledge Support for Carers Campaign. Please listen to the radio to hear lots more about the support we provide to carers. We are seeking to connect with as many local businesses and organisations as we can to promote and celebrate the work of our unpaid Carers across our patch. Many of us will have experienced caring first hand and know how hard it is to balance everything in life - and we think this needs celebrating!
We Royally Care
Young Carer and Mum attend the Royal Wedding
What an amazing adventure for Harry and his mum, April. Thanks to the support and invitation from Scarborough Rotary Club and the North Yorkshire Lord Lieutenant, Harry and April went to the wedding of the year!
The whole weekend was over too fast but both Harry and Mum had a fantastic time travelling down and across London on the busiest weekend of the year to see the most memorable moment in recent history.
Battling crowds and traffic they arrived at Windsor Castle very early on the morning of the wedding to secure a great vantage point. They watched and celebrated the whole thing in the private grounds of the Castle, with a perfect view of those arriving to help Harry and Megan celebrate their big day.
Harry felt proud to wear his Number One, Sea Cadet’s uniform and Mum felt very special dressing-up for the occasion. It proved to be a very long and busy day but Mum commented ‘it was wonderful to be a part of history in the making; it has been an honour to be asked, thank you to the Rotary Club for giving us this opportunity’.
Harry and Mum secured a place at the front of the proceedings, having an excellent view of the celebrities arriving and the royals in their cars. They waved at the Royal carriage as Megan and Harry sailed close by them. The day included an interview with ITV (Harry was very excited to be on telly!) and a walk through the church where everything happened. April commented ‘The flowers smelt as beautiful as they looked’.
We are really thankful to all that helped make this happen.
Amazon Smile – Giving Scheme
We are encouraging everyone who shops on Amazon to take advantage of their charity donation scheme. Please click the link below and choose Scarborough and Ryedale Carers Resource as your chosen charity to support. After that, every purchase you make will make a direct donation to us! This will not cost you anything extra, it is Amazon that makes the donation, not you. Thank you for your support!
Carers & Employment
How you can support carers in your work place or gaining employment.
Beth - our Lions Young Ambassador
Update from the National Finals - how did Beth do?
Please support Scarborough & Ryedale Carers Resource through the Local Co-op Community Fund
DO YOU SHOP AT A CO-OP?
IF YOU DO, THEN YOU CAN HELP SUPPORT CARERS RESOURCE
The Co-op are running a scheme until the 27th October 2018 to raise funds for a small number of local charities and Carers Resource has been lucky enough to have been chosen as one to support. If you already have Co-op membership, all you need to do is choose Scarborough & Ryedale Carers Resource as the charity to support by signing into your co-op account, choosing us as your charity. With any purchases you make on Co-op own brand products, 1% comes to us.
If you do not have membership and would like to support us, please ask for more details in any Co-op store. You will be issued with a temporary card for which you pay a £1 membership. When your official card arrives in the post you will receive a £1 voucher to spend. You are then able to sign up to support us on-line here.
Please help if you can - it is a great opportunity for Carers Resource to raise extra funds so we can provide support for local unpaid family carers across Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale. This enables us to continue to provide the vital service that we know our local carers need whilst caring for others.
Please help us spread the word and tell your family and friends too.
Two new Strategies launched for North Yorkshire
Carers Resource has been involved in developing the new Carers Strategy 2017-2022, pushing for issues faced by our carers to be included in the document. Our Chief Officer, Elizabeth McPherson spoke at the launch event and we were also very proud that the Young Carers #wecare video was used to demonstrate particular issues faced by Young Carers. For full story see here.
#wecare launch - SJT rolls out the red carpet for Young Carers
For the full story of this spectacular evening see here
Carers Cuppa & Wellbeing Group
Drop in for a chat and a cuppa, share ideas of how to unwind. Time to rest and relax, have some quality time for yourself. A Support Worker will be on hand to answer any questions.
Pickering Cuppa and Wellbeing Group
Venue: Friends Meeting House, Pickering
The Cuppa Club is usually the third Wednesday of every month from 10am-12noon
If you would like more information please contact the office on 01723 850155
or e-mail email@example.com
Focus Carer Newsletters
Steering Group Dates 2018
The Young Adult Carer Project is advised by a steering group made up of professionals from other organisations
All meetings held in the Boden Room, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough
16th March, 15th June, 14th September, 14th December
If you are an interested professional and would like to join us please contact David on 01723 850155 or firstname.lastname@example.org
North Yorkshire Carers Support Service
- Initial Contact Form
As an intitial point of contact with the Carers Service the NYCS has provided this Initial Contact Form. If you would like support from Scarborough & Ryedale Carers Support, please download and complete this form (we've provided it in either Word or pdf versions) and return it by email or post to our address, provided on page 2 of the form, or find it [here].
You can still contact Carers Resource by phone: 01723 850155, or by email: email: email@example.com