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Camden Carers Voice

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Camden Carers’ Voice (CCV) is the forum for all carers and former carers living in Camden, or caring for someone who does. It meets five times a year to campaign and lobby for carers’ rights. It has been running for over 8 years with an increasingly strong voice.

Camden Carers’ Voice is carer-led, drawing on everyone’s skills, talents and abilities. It is run by a Steering Group which represents the interests of carers. Meetings give the opportunity to:

Meet and talk with other carers

Meet Council officers and service providers to share experiences around what is offered and to know about and inform change

Find out more about what is available

Campaign for change and better provision for carers and those for whom they care Meetings focus on current issues affecting carers such as:

Changes in services in health care and local care strategy

Key legal information around Wills and Trusts

Benefits for carers and those they care for

Carers from CCV were asked to participate in focus groups and consultations including housing for the elderly, day centres, financial contributions, vision for Camden 2025 and Careline.

CCV wants to know what issues are important to you. So if you want to get involved, and perhaps help to shape the way CCV works, please contact us.

Group Rules

Respect one another

Everyone has a different point of view so feel free to respectfully disagree. Please be kind and courteous at all times.

Be respectful of others’ privacy

Being in this group depends on our trust of one another. Some discussions may be sensitive or contain sensitive information, so what’s said in the group should stay in the group.

No harassment of any kind

Bullying, targeting, or attacking a member of this group is not allowed and will not be tolerated.


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  • October 27, 2021


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