The variety of tasks that a Carer fulfils can include: practical household tasks, personal care and/or emotional support. The term Carer should not be confused with a care worker, or care assistant, who receives payment for looking after someone.
If you are providing unpaid support to someone due to their mental or physical health, disability, illness or substance misuse issue, we are here to support you in your caring role and to help you stay well, too!
Sutton Carers Centre supports unpaid Carers who live or work in the London Borough of Sutton. We provide advice, information & emotional support, help with benefit forms/accessing funds, counselling, breaks e.g. complementary therapies, support groups, and much more.
If you are a Carer, we want you to enjoy well-being as well as gain satisfaction from your caring roles so we will support you with any potential challenges that you may face. We also work with other organisations to ensure that you are recognised, respected and that your views are taken in account when planning services.
Rachael MacLeod - Chief Executive Officer
Amanda Cummins - Director of Services
Jessica Griffiths - Office Manager
Yvvette How - Finance and HR Consultant
Nadia Dhunna - Information and Communications Officer
Karen Page - Adult Carers Service Manager, Information and Advice
Jacque Carey - Adult Carers Support Worker, Income Maximisation
Melanie Choudhury - Young Carers Service Manager
Angelique Thompson - Young Carers Senior Support and Development Worker
Shukri Mohammed - Young Carers Support Worker
Corinne Iles - Young Carers Information and Activities Worker
Kelly Newman - Adult Carers Service Manager – Support (including Mental Health)
Celia Johnson - Mental Health Carers Support and Development Worker
Caroline Hardwicke - Wellbeing Navigator
Sharon Gallagher - Vice - Chair
Adrian Gheorghiu - Vice - Chair
Don Brims - Treasurer
Brenda Northover - Adviser
Margaret Hobbs - Trustee
Louise Ellingham - Trustee
Guiliana Rosenow - Trustee
Sarah Samee - Trustee