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We offer a range of free charitable services including:
Advice and information for older people and for carers from...
Age UK Calderdale and Kirklees website
We are a social and leisure club for disabled people and their carers.
We meet every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 4.30pm and cover Almondbury and district.
We have speakers, bingo, coffee and biscuits, and...
We run participatory arts programmes working with professional artists with people from diverse backgrounds, including people experiencing isolation, anxiety, disability, ageing or long-term illnesses....
Artlink West Yorkshire website
Kirklees Young Carers is a Barnardo's project which works with young people aged 5-18 who care for a family member who they live with, usually a parent. The parent may have mental health problems, a long...
0113 2622 851
Luncheon Club providing a nutritious, inexpensive lunch for anyone over 60 (and carers). Open to all residents in the Kirklees area. Great social occasion.
Please contact to enquire about places and...
Birdsedge Luncheon Club website
C3 is a Cafe which is open to everyone Wednesday afternoons between 2pm and 4pm. It offers a specific welcome to carers (past and present), but also welcomes everyone who wants to drop in for company,...
C3 Cafe for Carers (Cleckheaton) website
The Care Quality Commission is the health and social care regulator for England. Our job is to check whether hospitals, care homes and care services are meeting government standards.
Care and Residential Homes (reports and complaints) website
Please see the Care Homes website for a search on care homes and supported living providers in Kirklees.
Care Homes (Residential and Nursing) in Kirklees website
Carers Count is commissioned by Kirklees Council to be the single point of contact for carers when they need help and advice.
If you look after a family member, friend or neighbour unpaid with an illness...
Carers Count website
0300 012 0231
The groups cater for relatives and carers of anyone with a long term illness in adult mental health. We have regular speakers, with an opportunity to meet other carers on an informal basis.
Carers support groups - St Anne's Community Services website