WHO IS A CARER?
A carer is anyone who provides care and support for another person. There are over 32,000 people locally in similar situations. Whatever your circumstances, we hope you find this website useful.
HELP YOU CAN GET
FROM CARERS TOGETHER
An ‘Easy Read’ leaflet has been developed for people with learning disabilities.
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ARE YOU A CARER?
A carer provides care and support for a parent, relative, a child or a friend who has a disability, an age related problem, mental or physical illness or alcohol or drug problems.
WHO DO YOU CARE FOR?
Does the person you care for and support have a disability?
- An illness or health condition.
- A mental health problem.
- Age related difficulties.
- An alcohol or drug problem.
WE CAN HELP
For some people, becoming a carer may be a gradual process, for others it may happen overnight. Whatever the circumstances, it is important that carers are recognised and supported.
If you need help, support or information contact Carers Together to talk confidentially
to someone who understands your situation.
Who are Carers Together?
What do you think?
Your feedback is important to us. Whether it is about our services or your experiences and challenges faced as a Carer, we’d like to hear from you.