Carers Advice

There has been an increase in unpaid, family friend, carers, providing more hours of care, having less opportunities for breaks and time away from caring. This will have a big impact on the many who are caring, both adult carers and young carers. It is important we keep asking the  question ‘are you looking after someone’ and letting carers know that there is support out there for them, so they are not left to care alone and can think about their own wellbeing. 

A new information pack has been developed by the Carers Centre. The new online carers information pack can be found on the Carers Centre website. 

This is a new resource we have developed to try and help people access our information where they are using more online services and less likely to be able to receive one of the carer information packs from within a GP practice.

Welcome to Carers News Autumn 2020

Hello and welcome to our Autumn Edition of Carers News….

Coming up in this issue we bring you all the goings on from the Carers Centre and how we have been reaching out to Carers through Lock Down. Meet our Young Carers Team Leader, Ruth in our Meet the Team pages. Catch up with all of the great activities the Young Carers have been running through the summer. And don’t forget our events pages at the back, showing you everything we have coming up over the next few weeks.

Click here to see a pdf version of Carers News Autumn 2020

The Carers Hub support line is still available on 01273 977000 if there is no answer, please leave a message and we will return your call.

Best wishes to all
The Carers News Team

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