Carers Groups

Talking to other carers can be a big comfort and a great source of information. Whether you need help and advice or just discussing how you feel.

Oxford Carers Group

Join the Carer’s Oxfordshire Support Group and get comfort from talking to other carers who understand your situation. Come for a chat every third Tuesday of the month from 10.30 am – 12 pm Carer and Cared for are welcome

From 19th of March, this support group changed venue, you can find us at the Bullingdon Community Association, Peat Moors, Headington, Oxford OX3 7HS

Let us know you’re planning to attend call 01235 424715

Didcot Coffee Morning

@ Didcot Library, 197 Broadway, Didcot, OX11 8RU

Cared for are welcome to attend. The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Local to Didcot and looking for a space where you can relax and share your experiences with other unpaid carers?

Come along to our unpaid carer group, kindly hosted by . 9:30am – 11:00am, every third Tuesday of the month.

New Carers Group

Each week there are complimentary drinks and snacks. Once a month we intend to hold an event such as flower arranging, cake decorating or guest speakers. 

Dates will be given in advance.  

The sessions are drop in as and when you would like

The group is for adult carers age 18+. The carer is welcome to come alone or with their loved one. If you have children under 18 you may bring them along, but they remain your sole responsibility. 

Carers Community VOWH groups is provided by unpaid carers and family members.

Rethink Support Group

Our partner Rethink Oxfordshire runs an online monthly peer support group for carers of friends and family in secure mental health services. See our events page for dates and times.

Trans Carer’s Oxfordshire Group

For anyone that has a family member, loved one or friend who identifies as Trans or Gender questioning, Gender Variant or Non-Binary.

Phone: 07464 407 204
Trans Carer’s Facebook group

There are many carer support groups in Oxfordshire.
Some carer support groups are for unpaid carers in general (including the groups we run) while others are aimed at carers of people with specific conditions such as dementia, autism, mental health illness or addictions. There are also groups for specific communities for example Veterans.

Visit one of the Oxfordshire County Council directories below to find the right carer support group for you: