Roshni BME Carers Conference

Carers conference at SADACCA – 48 Wicker, Sheffield S3 8JB

Tuesday 24th April 2012, 9.30am – 3.00pm


  • Nita Devabhai – AFIYA Trust – “Creating Self Resilience”

  • Dalveer Kaur – Carers UK – “Half a Million voices”

This conference is an opportunity for professionals from mainstream and voluntary organisations to gain an insight into the cultural needs of carers in the BME communities.

There will be focussed workshops in the afternoon which will look at why there is a high percentage of hidden carers and will explore the many reasons why carers are not accessing support in their caring roles.

At the conference there will be representation from some of the BME communities in Sheffield such as the Pakistani, Bengali, Chinese, Caribbean and Somali communities.

For more information and to book a place, please contact Nadia or shabnum on 0114 250 8898, email:

The booking form is available to download, print and return below (return address is in the form).

Carers Support Service, Roshni Asian Women's Resource centre, 444 London Road, Sheffield S2 4HP

Carers conference at SADACCA
9:30am to 3:00pm Tuesday 24 April 2012

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