Caring for a family member or friend in Islington?

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Are you one of the thousands of people in Islington looking after someone regularly? Perhaps you care for a parent, partner, child, sibling, neighbour or friend? 

We're here to support you in your caring role. We work with Islington Carers Hub to provide a range of free online services to support you, in addition to what is already available.

Kick-start with our Email Course

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To kick-start your support from us, sign-up to our five-part email course, designed specifically to help carers like you in Islington.

Establish strong foundations to your care or double-check you have the essentials in place.


Connect with others in a similar situation 

Community and support from other carers is at the heart of what we do. Connect with others who are also looking after a family member or friend in the Mobilise Hub or on our online cuppas.

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Speak to someone

If you struggle to find time to talk to someone about your caring role, our Carer Support Team are available seven days a week including in the evenings and at weekends too. You’ll speak with another carer about the things that matter to you.

You can also call Islington Carers Hub 0800 085 1141 (FREEPHONE) or 020 7281 3319 between Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm to speak to a member of their staff team. 

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Ask our Mobilise Assistant anything

Whether you're struggling to find help with the cost of caring or incontinence, hospital discharge or respite, our AI-powered Mobilise Assistant is here to help you get quick answers about caring. 

Pop your questions in and get answers in seconds.

Book your free coaching session

Over 31% of carers have told us that taking a break is one of their top priorities.

If you are struggling to focus on yourself or perhaps have a challenge you need help with working through, our certified coach Suzanne is here to help you focus on the whole of you.

In our free four-part coaching sessions, which last 30 minutes, you'll be able to talk through the things that matter to you, at a time that suits you.


Working with a coach is a helpful way of stepping back and finding breathing space to take control of the things that can be changed, and letting go of the things that are not in your control. 

"The difference it has made to me is major and I hope to continue to implement the changes to my life in order to be happy and helpful."

But before diving in, meet your Coach, Suzanne.

Support for you in Islington

If you're an unpaid carer, looking after someone Islington, we’re here to help with practical and emotional support.

Remember, you don’t have to wait until the crisis point before asking for help - the earlier you ask, the bigger difference it can make.

Local carer support for you from Islington Carers Hub

Islington Carers Hub supports unpaid carers like ourselves via their helpline and in-person
appointments. They provide advice on money and housing issues, practical training for carers, help
getting back to employment or to get a break from caring and support for the person you're caring

Click here to sign-up to the Islington Carers Hub mailing list and find out more about their support. 

Here's where we can find them📍:

6 Manor Gardens, London, N7 6LA

Open hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

📞 You can call Islington Carers Hub 0800 085 1141 (FREEPHONE) or 020 7281 3319 

Email: about anything you're struggling with.

What services for carers does Islington Carers Hub offer?

Islington Carers Hub offers a wide range of in-person support services for unpaid carers.

These include practical supports such as carrying out a Carer's Assessment to help us identify what additional support would be helpful for us, training (from emergency first aid, to understanding "mental capacity"), getting back into employment and much more. 

They also have online support groups that we are welcome to join, and connect with other carers going through a similar situation.

Discover more of what Islington Carers Hub can offer today.