Carers deserve a Christmas break
Spending time with the people we love and care for is simple but can mean so much to disabled people and carers.
Imagine not being able to take time away when it is needed the most. While for many of us the prospect of not spending time with our loved ones is unthinkable, for many of the disabled people and carers we support it is a reality. That’s why we want to give as many of our guests as we can the gift of time to spend together this Christmas.
I work for Revitalise, a national charity that provides respite holidays for disabled people and carers. Our respite holiday centres in Essex, Southampton and Southport are open to our guests all year round, including over Christmas and the New Year.
Our breaks give our guests the chance to take time away from the stresses of everyday life and to simply spend time doing what really matters: making memories with those they love.
We are lucky to have the support of thousands of incredible volunteers who generously give their time every year, even over the festive holiday, helping us to ensure that our guests have the most memorable experience as possible while with us.
For more information about Revitalise our volunteering opportunities or to support our Christmas appeal visit www.revitalise. org.uk or call: 0303 303 0145. Stephanie Stone