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Carers in Bedfordshire - Parent Carers Dad Group

We are hosting a weekly Zoom Coffee and Chat morning, starting this Thursday at 11am. We hope this will be a great opportunity to catch up and connect with each other during lockdown.

If you would like to join us, please give us a call on 0300 111 1919 to register and then you will be sent the details for joining us.

We would love to see you. Please do get in contact if you would like to join us.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Carers in Bedfordshire are now offering a telephone based services, instead of groups you can contact the team on 0300 111 1919

For more information on the Dad group  contact darran.youell@carersinbeds.org.uk or 07772 231142.


Carers in Bedfordshire have a variety of services for Parent Carers (carers of under 18s) including; groups, 1-1 support, training and advice.

We provide support for all unpaid carers, you do not need to have a formal diagnosis or receive disability benefits to access our support services.

Who is a Parent Carer?

A parent carer is a parent (or adult with parental responsibility - ie Grandparent, Foster parent/Guardian etc), who cares for a child or young person aged 18 or under with any additional need. Often the needs of young person are life-long and the challenges being faced develop as the child/young person grows. Parent carers are life long advocates for their children. 

Dads Group

Chat and relax with a cuppa, meet other dads and receive advice, guidance and support in an informal setting. Open to dads, stepdads, grandads, foster dads, male partners etc.

3rd Monday of the month at 7pm to 9pm at Carers in Bedfordshire, Sandland Court, Pilgrim Centre, Brickhill Drive, Bedford, MK41 7PZ. £2 entrance fee.

For more information, contact darran.youell@carersinbeds.org.uk or 07772 231142.

Who to contact

Telephone

Where to go

Name
Carers In Bedfordshire
Address
Brickhill Drive
Bedford
Postcode
MK41 7PZ
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Time / Date Details

When is it on
3rd Monday of the month 7pm - 9pm
Time of day
Evening

Other Details

Age Bands
11-14 years old
18-25 years old
Parents and carers
15-17 years old
0-4 years old
5-10 years old