SUPPORTING CARERS AND FAMILIES TOGETHER

"To relieve the social, emotional, mental, physical and educational needs of Carers and their families in the county of Essex through the provision of support, person and group centered interventions, advice, guidance and sign posting to other services as appropriate".

YOUNG CARERS

Who are young Carers?Children aged 18 and under who care, or help care for a relative with: A physical or learning disability...

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ADULT CARERS

Caring is motivated by love and compassion and can be rewarding and fulfilling but emotional and physical demands on you can be...

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REFERRALS

Do you know a carer that may need a bit of help? Fill in our secure referral form and we can provide a range of support.

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VOLUNTEERING

See how you can get involved with SCAFT. View our current paid vacancies and volunteering opportunities here.

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WELCOME TO SCAFT

The object of our organisation is to relieve the social, emotional, mental, physical and educational needs of Carers and their families in the county of Essex through the provision of support, person and group centered interventions, advice, guidance and sign posting to other services as appropriate.

We offer the following carer support:

  • Young Carers aged 6-18
  • Adult Carers

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    Are you a Carer?

    Do you look after or care for a family member, friend or who has:

  • a physical or learning disability
  • mental health condition/illness
  • long term illness/condition including age related issues, HIV and Aids
  • drug and/or alcohol related issues
  • been subject to, or witnessed domestic violence
  • or perhaps cannot cope without some help.
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    Odd socks, we all end up with them! SCAFT are looking for odd socks for an art project later in the year and will happily re-home them for you. Any size or colour will be fine and we will collect them in at group sessions. ... See MoreSee Less

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    Calling All parents of young carers attending our Rayleigh groups at St. Michael's Church. Please be aware that as of the next primary group on Monday 13th January the times of both the primary and secondary groups will change to 5-7pm! Therefore the primary sessions will be half an hour later and the secondary groups will be half and hour earlier. ... See MoreSee Less

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    Congratulations to Lynda Ketteridge and her team at Greensward Academy on becoming the first school in Essex to achieve their Gold Young Carers in Schools Award from Carers Trust ... See MoreSee Less

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    We thought you would like to see our entry into the Holy Trinity, Christmas Tree Festival for 2019.

    If you are in Rayleigh between Thursday 28th November and Sunday 1st December, pop in and have a look.....and vote for us!!!

    Our decorated tree will be sold or donated at the end of the festival. Any money raised goes back into the church.

    Thank you to all our young carers, staff and volunteers that were involved in the decoration creation!
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    WORK WITH US

    We are searching for a dynamic, creative and committed Young Carers Support Worker to join our team. You will be working to support children and young […]

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    Posted 11 months ago

    As part of our  evening respite groups for Young Carers we provide the children/young people with a meal and we are looking for volunteers with a […]

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    Job Description   Job Title:      Session Worker Descriptive: With a primary task of supporting the Session Leader to deliver our evening youth sessions to Young […]

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