Do you look after a relative, friend or neighbour?

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

If you need help, support or information contact Carers Together to talk confidentially 
to someone who understands your situation.

 

I am a Carer Card

Providing care to a vulnerable adult or child is one of the exemptions to restrictions on household mixing during lockdown.  If you are concerned about how you can identify yourself as a Carer, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new 'I am a Carer Card'.

 

This free card identifies the holder as a carer who is registered with Carers Together and is available to new and exisiting Carers across South Tees.  To request a card please call our office on 01642 488977.

Who Cares?

A carer is someone who 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.

 

There are over 16,000 people locally in similar situations. Whatever your circumstances, we hope you find this website useful.

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