Learn how to create fabulous looks yourself on a course delivered by Knowsley Community College, Work World. You will learn how to apply foundation, lashes, shape eyebrows and apply smokey eyes. Dates to be confirmed but to register your interest please call Knowsley Carers Centre on Tel 0151 549 1412.
10.30amâ€”12.30pm, at the Old School House, St. Johns Road, Huyton, L36 0UX
The sessions are specifically for Carers to come along and meet with Healthwatch and Knowsley Council to discuss some of the issues faced by Carers. At the sessions we will be discussing the Carers Strategy for Knowsley, this will be a great opportunity to share your views and look at how Carers within Knowsley can be supported. Your input will be valued and attendees from the Knowsley Council Commissioning Team will be in attendance to hear your views.
Family Support Meeting
Are you worried about a member of your family that may be using drugs and/or alcohol?
Do you need support and/or advice?
Would you like to speak with others with similar experiences? If so, we will be starting a family support meeting and would like your input.
Every Wednesdays 5pm â€“ 6:30pm @ The Link Centre, St Chads Drive, L32 8RE
Contact Tony in confidence on 078278 42495 for more information.
Commencing April 2017
Starting in April, yoga classes will be delivered at the Old School House on Mondays. There are 10 places for carers but as always these will be allocated using our traffic light system. If you would like to be considered for a place, please contact us on Tel: 0151 549 1412
Monday 20th March 4.00-7.00pm
If you would like to attend the launch of Knowsleys Carers Strategy on Monday 20th March at The Venue in Huyton, please contact Knowsley Carers Centre on Tel; 0151 549 1412. There will be a market place offering information about services, fun activities for children and a buffet. Youre welcome to bring along the person you care for. Please note all children must be accompanied by an adult. Contact us to reserve a place.
30th March 2017
There are 9 places available for carers; if you are interested please get in touch with Iain Thomas at the Carers Centre. Transport will be provided from our Kirkby, Huyton and Halewood offices. Lunch and refreshments arenâ€™t provided but are available to buy at the venue. The activity will involve walking some 50 yards on trails as well as the shoot itself so bear in mind any health problems you may have.
Thurs 2nd March 1-2.30 pm, Bewley Drive, Kirkby
A fun and informal course over four sessions exploring flower arranging as small decorative pieces, floral centre pieces and themed wreathes. The course will be led by local artist facilitator, Lucy Knight. Please call us on Tel 0151 549 1412 to register your interest and find out more.
Tel:0151 5491412 for more details
Today in the UK, more than 1 in 10 of us are an unpaid carer, looking after a friend or family member with illness or disability.
70% of unpaid carers already suffer from back pain - the worlds leading cause of human disability.
Suffering severe back pain not only reduces your ability to help the person you are caring for move around, it can also impact your overall ability to look after them (and often yourself, too).