Carers Support Information
If you’re a Carer who helps and supports someone who can’t manage on their own, we want to ensure YOU get all the support YOU need.
We are trying to identify & support as many Carers as we can.
Particularly those people who may be looking after a member of their family or helping a friend or neighbour with day to day tasks, don’t really regard themselves as a Carer and are undertaking this vital activity without help or support.
If you are caring for someone, we really would like you to let us know, so that we can ensure you receive all the support and information we can give, on topics such as benefit entitlement, access to respite care or maybe simply being there to provide a kindly ear when things get too much.
If you are a Carer, please ask our Receptionist for a Carer’s Identification and Referral Form.Please complete this form and then hand it to our Receptionist
Children aged 5-18 caring
for a family member with a disability,
long term illness, mental health condition
or substance misuse issue.
0300 111 1110
If you or someone you know are worried about or affected by dementia, we are here for you. Get advice on a range of topics and find support near you.
National Dementia Helpline 0300 222 11 22
Help for carers looking after a loved one
If you look after a partner, relative or friend who is disabled or ill due to physical or mental health, you are a carer, even if you don’t think of yourself as one. Find out about the emotional, practical and financial support available to you.
0800 678 1602
All information for the sepearte care services is taken from their website.
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