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Celebrate Carers Week with Wrexham Carers Service ‘Stay Healthy and Connected Event’ on Tuesday 12th June, from 10am until 3pm, at Wrexham Memorial Hall, Bodhyfryd, Wrexham LL12 7AG.

Carers Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring, highlighting the challenges carers face and recognising their contribution to families and communities throughout the UK. This year Carers Week is calling on communities, health care professionals, employers, and the wider public to support carers to get connected to health and wellbeing services and support.

Wrexham Carers Service have organised the ‘Stay Healthy and Connected Event’ to look at all the ways we can support Carers to stay Healthy and Connected, build communities which support carers to look after their loved ones well, while recognising that they are individuals with health and wellbeing needs of their own. Carers will be able to experience relaxation therapies, get advice on Carers issues, and learn more about local support and services, alongside various demonstrations and info sessions throughout the event

Helena Herklots CBE, on behalf of Carers Week, has said:

“As we approach the 70th Anniversary of the NHS this July, there has never been a more timely opportunity to recognise and celebrate the enormous contribution of carers. Without the unpaid care provided every year by family and friends, our health and carer services would collapse. Yet caring for others too often means that carers put their own health needs last. We need health and care services, employers, and all part of the community to play their part in helping carers to stay healthy and connected”

Carers looking for more information about the event can contact Wrexham Carers Service by phone on 0800 276 1070 or email carers@avow.org

Celebrate Carers Week with Wrexham Carers Service ‘Stay Healthy and Connected Event’ on Tuesday 12th June, from 10am until 3pm, at Wrexham Memorial Hall, Bodhyfryd, Wrexham LL12 7AG.

Carers Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring, highlighting the challenges carers face and recognising their contribution to families and communities throughout the UK. This year Carers Week is calling on communities, health care professionals, employers, and the wider public to support carers to get connected to health and wellbeing services and support.

Wrexham Carers Service have organised the ‘Stay Healthy and Connected Event’ to look at all the ways we can support Carers to stay Healthy and Connected, build communities which support carers to look after their loved ones well, while recognising that they are individuals with health and wellbeing needs of their own. Carers will be able to experience relaxation therapies, get advice on Carers issues, and learn more about local support and services, alongside various demonstrations and info sessions throughout the event

Helena Herklots CBE, on behalf of Carers Week, has said:

“As we approach the 70th Anniversary of the NHS this July, there has never been a more timely opportunity to recognise and celebrate the enormous contribution of carers. Without the unpaid care provided every year by family and friends, our health and carer services would collapse. Yet caring for others too often means that carers put their own health needs last. We need health and care services, employers, and all part of the community to play their part in helping carers to stay healthy and connected”

Carers looking for more information about the event can contact Wrexham Carers Service by phone on 0800 276 1070 or email carers@avow.org

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