Who are we? We started in 2019 and we are an award winning community interest company who give unpaid carers free treatments of massage, reflexology and other treatments in Norfolk
We also run courses for carers on massage, reflexology, aromatherapy, Bach remedies etc to enable them to treat their cared for and to take better care of themselves.
We offer free therapies such as massage and reflexology to unpaid carers in Norfolk
We run a weekly virtual coffee morning on Thursdays at 1pm Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details and the Zoom link.
We run a monthly book club, meditation groups, swimming groups, all sorts, please see our events page for details – link
We have made numerous videos on massage, meditation, positive thinking, reflexology etc and they are right here within this website – supporting you in the best way we know – here is a link to the page
We have a range of courses that are on line and completed in your own time where you can learn how to do reflexology, massage, aromatherapy, see the range here – Link
We raise money through events and donations to pay participating therapists for their time ensuring that TherapyAid continues as a high quality sustainable service.
Please join us on our TherapyAid Facebook Group – lots of our videos and motivation on there – news of our workshops and groups. Click here
How Can You Get Involved?
Whether it is giving therapy sessions, referring new carers or donating please get involved so we can keep doing our work : giving free beneficial relaxing therapies to unpaid carers in Norfolk
Apply As A Carer
As you an unpaid carer. The process is easy and totally free, find out more by clicking below.
Apply As A Therapist
Therapists are paid for their time to help these important unpaid carers.
Apply as a Referrer
Please get in touch to submit your referrals!
With your help we can keep going . Without funds this isn’t possible. Please get in touch below to request a fundraising pack.
Why Unpaid/Informal Carers?
Our experience as professional therapists has given us an insight into the tremendous job that unpaid and informal carers do.
They save the UK approximately £130 billion a year and Norfolk services £1.6 billion a year, and they do so without thought to their own well-being and mental and emotional health. Often their only complaints are a few aches and pains, but we know from experience that it goes much deeper than that.
Giving unpaid carers some dedicated time to de-stress and rebalance means that they will be in a better position to care for their loved ones, and are more likely to stay in better health themselves.
Are you an unpaid carer? fill in this simple form to arrange a course of five FREE complementary therapy treatments – you certainly deserve it!
If you are an organisation and would like to refer an unpaid carer to us please fill in our form which can be found here
How will it work?
The service from TherapyAid will eventually be available to any unpaid carer supporting a Norfolk resident who is affected by a disability or long term health condition. Carers will be entitled to receive up to five treatments free of charge from participating therapists.
They may be referred to TherapyAid by the care groups and organisations we are in contact with such as Carers Matter, Norfolk Family Carers, Chill4usCarers, AgeUK, as well as care agencies and GPs.
Having a network of participating therapists through the county will give the carer the option of being treated at home or in a nearby clinic, therefore making the most of any respite they have.
How will it be measured?
To measure the impact of its service TherapyAid use MYCaW . MYCAW is a validated and recognised tool which measures whether a service has been effective by using a simple point scale before and after treatment to create meaningful qualitative data.
So happy, pleased and proud to announce that Sir Norman Lamb & Janey Lee Grace have agreed to be our Patrons
and also that we have won Well-Being Charitable Organisation of the Year 2019
Contact us to get started.
We’d love to hear from you to see how you want to get involved with developing TherapyAid. Please feel free to get in touch with the contact form, or find our other contact details below