The African Caribbean Carers Group runs a service specifically for carers in Luton.  We aim to make a significant difference to African Caribbean carers including: Access to accurate and effective advice and signposting to relevant agencies New Carers Hard to reach carers Carers who require…
Telephone:
01582 691990
E-mail:
africancarribbeancarers@live.com
The Disability Resource Centre is an independent organisation and a registered charity, that has disabled people at the centre of its decision making. They offer independent advice and information services to disabled people and their carers to enable them to have choice and control over all…
Telephone:
01582 470900
0300 303 0201
E-mail:
confident.carer@dcr.org.uk
Website:
confidentcarer.org.uk/
Five support groups providing services for Asian Carers have come together to form a partnership with Centre for Youth and Community Development (CYCD). This partnership aims to provide more and better support for the carers in Luton. Their volunteers and staff will continue to identify new…
Telephone:
Bandhob (Bangladeshi Community) - Mr Fazilat Ali Khan 01582 519500
Guru Nanak (Sikh Community) - Mrs Shindar Mudhar 01582 478426
Guru Ravidass (Sikh Community) - Mr Kishore Kaler 01582 450053
Khidmat (Pakistani/Kashmiri Communities) - Mr A H Dawood 01582 435242
Ujala (Hindu Community) - Mr V Pattni 01582 562139
Website:
Luton Asian Carers Support Service
PALS is based in the main reception of the Luton and Dunstable (L&D) hospital and provides on the spot help for patients, careers and relatives. The PALS officers give information and advice on NHS services and resolve patients concerns. They will also give advice on…
Telephone:
01582 497990
Fax: 01582 497990
E-mail:
pals@ldh.nhs.uk
Website:
https://www.ldh.nhs.uk/
A chance for parents and carers of children with special and additional needs to make a difference together.Our aim is to make sure that parent’s voices are heard when it comes to planning and decision making about services for our children in Luton.We seek to…
Telephone:
07985 470156
07534625066
E-mail:
info@lutonforum.org.uk
Website:
www.lutonforum.org.uk/
Sense is a national charity that supports and campaigns for children and adults who are deafblind.We provide tailored support, advice and information as well as specialist services to all deafblind people, their families, carers and the professionals who work with them. We also support people…
Telephone:
0300 330 9256
Fax: 0300 330 9251
E-mail:
info@sense.org.uk
Website:
www.sense.org.uk/
The Challenging Behaviour Foundation wants to see children and adults with severe learning disabilities have the same life opportunities as everyone else.The Challenging Behaviour Foundation (CBF) is a charity specialising in severe learning disabilities and behaviour described as challenging. Established by a family carer, we…
Telephone:
01634 838739
E-mail:
support@thecbf.org.uk
Website:
www.challengingbehaviour.org.uk/
Carers UK provide information, advice and support for carers. They also hold a ‘Carers Directory’ that includes information on contacts, carers groups and support organisations. Carers UK is a charity set up to help the millions of people who care for family or friends. We…
Telephone:
0207 378 4999
E-mail:
info@carersuk.org
Website:
www.carersuk.org/
The Disability Resource Centre is an independent organisation and a registered charity that has disabled people at the centre of its decision-making. The Disability Resource Centre provides independent information and advice to people with disabilities, their families, carers and fellow professionals. Our Centre acts as…
Telephone:
01582 470900
E-mail:
hlw@drcbeds.org.uk
Website:
https://www.drcbeds.org.uk/
Supporting emotional wellbeing for carers. We offer one to one support for people in a caring role along side support groups and educational programmes. For more infomation about our carers support service in Luton please feel free to conact us on 01582 380002 or Email…
Telephone:
01582 380002
0300 330 0648
E-mail:
[carers@mind-blmk.org.uk, hq@mind-blmk.org.uk]
Website:
www.mind-blmk.org.uk/.../carers