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Mosman Carers’ Group – Caring for Carers

The Group is for those who are caring for a relative or friend who has an illness, dementia or a disability and meets every Wednesday morning from 10am till 12pm in the Harnett Room at Mosman Council.

The group provides information, referrals and support in a friendly, and relaxed atmosphere, plus weekly guest speakers covering a range of topics (see current guest speaker list below). 

There are also regular Art and Wellbeing sessions, tailored specifically for those who dedicate themselves to caregiving roles. This program offers a unique opportunity to explore creativity while focusing on personal wellbeing.

Since 2004 the group has provided information, referrals, support and friendship and has been a valuable resource for Carers.

For more information please contact:
Mosman Community Care Team: or 9978 4128

Guest speakers and outings

See upcoming guest speakers and outings. For further details on upcoming guest speakers and outings, please call the Community Care team on 9978 4128.

Sketch Class

The Sketch Class is organised by Mosman Community Care for people with memory loss, people looking for social connection or those who simply enjoy sketching in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

It is run by people who are experienced in supporting participants and providing advice and information about relevant community support services.

It is also a lot of fun!

10am – 12 noon, every Tuesday.

Mosman Seniors Centre, Civic Centre, Mosman Square, Spit Junction.

$10, light refreshments included.

For further information contact the Mosman Community Care team on 9978 4128 or 9978 4119 or email

Carers Group Celebrates 20 Years

In February 2024, Mosman Carers Group celebrated 20 years of supporting Carers in Mosman. The group was formed to provide Carers with the opportunity to learn more about the valuable role they have undertaken looking after their loved ones as well as ensuring they learn how to take care of themselves.

“Over the years, many of our wonderful Carers have found the meetings have provided invaluable support, understanding and information to help them care for a loved one, relative or friend with an illness, disability or dementia,” Liz Nagel, Mosman Councils Carers Program Coordinator recalls. “Our weekly meetings are a very welcoming and safe place where Carers can feel comfortable asking those ‘awkward’ questions as well as meeting other people who understand the issues they may face day to day.”

“Most weeks we have guest speakers covering a wide and varied range of subjects, from legal information to adjusting to the changes the caring role can bring to your life to coping with grief and loss.

“We have speakers from Dementia Australia and Carers NSW, as well as fun sessions such as art therapy, morning teas and full day bus outings for lunch which gives our Carers time out and the chance to relax, have a laugh and a good old chat.

“The Mosman Carers Group is for anyone who is caring for someone with an illness, a disability or dementia. We are a welcoming and friendly bunch that meet every Wednesday from 10am until 12pm at Mosman Council and we’d love you to join us! There is no charge and tea and coffee are provided,” Liz concludes.

For information about the group, please contact Liz Nagel, Carers Coordinator on 9978 4089.

Mental Health Carer Support

Do you care for someone that has a mental illness? Do you need support? In addition to the Mosman Carers Group, there are specific mental health carers programs.

The Schizophrenia Fellowship conducts a support group at Crows Nest on the 1st Thursday of the month at 7.30pm. Enquiries: Joan/Suzanne 0451 038 307

Uniting Mental Health Family and Carers program operates carer support groups at Dee Why, Ryde and Hornsby. Enquiries 9481 0177.

Carers NSW operate a Carer Line on Ph 1800 242 636 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm (freecall) and after hours contact Lifeline on 13 11 14.

View our Useful Information and Resources webpage for additional resources.

Last updated Thursday 20 June 2024
Last updated Thursday 20 June 2024