The EFFIP Project (E-Support for Families & Friends of Indivduals affected by Psychosis) has developed an online resource, called COPe-Support (Carers for People with Psychosis e-support resource). COPe-support provides peer support, information on psychosis and ways for carers to look after themselves, all online via www.cope-support.org
Southwark Carers have 2 pairs of tickets for the Saturday matinee performance on Tuesday 29th May at 2pm.
How long is forever? When the imprisoned Palamon and Arcite vow eternal friendship, they don’t expect that anything will come between them. But then from their cell window they see the beautiful Emilia, and their priorities take a sudden and violent turn. In this late romance, Fletcher and Shakespeare examine love in all its fluid and complex forms.
Do you want to join the Southwark Carers team in this years Carers Thames Walk? It is a great opportunity to meet carers from across London and take part in a sponsored walk that raises much needed funds for services and events for carers in Southwark.
Last year over 7000 carers shared their experience which allowed us to highlight the impact of being a carer to the media, in dozens of evidence submissions to Parliamentary and Government consultations and in reports that influence decision makers and policy makers in a wide range of areas.
Southwark Carers have 15 tickets for the Saturday matinee performance on Saturday 19th May at 3pm.
Two teenagers sneak into an old man’s home for a secret meeting. A young couple try to build their future whilst looking after an ailing parent. A care home offers its residents the opportunity to unburden their children. James Fritz’s The Fall asks how much can a younger generation, dispossessed and disenfranchised, truly empathise with the old – especially when their future is at stake?