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Looking after someone can be tough, but you are not on your own.
We are here to listen, to give information and advice tailored to you.
We aim to open up possibilities so that you can continue your caring responsibilities but also to take stock.
Each Carer is individual and different, what helps one person may not help another but we will help you to explore ideas and think about what might help you.
Who are Carers?
A Carer is someone who provides unpaid support to a family member, partner, child, friend or neighbour who may be ill, frail, elderly, have a disability or long-term health issue or have mental health issues.
Perhaps you don’t think of yourself as a ‘Carer’
There is support available for you
There are huge pressures on Carers. Some say the biggest pressure is having little control over your own life.
No-one is super-human and all Carers need help, support and back-up at some point. If you’re not sure
what kind of support you need or whether you need support at all, please get in touch.
We would like to thank all the Carers that took the time to contribute to this Survey, which we do use to help us to reflect on our services and to plan what we do in the future.
We have responded to individual Carers where they have asked questions and provided them with information where we thought this would be helpful. If there is anything that you would like to add or ask about please contact email@example.com or phone 01432 356068.