Caring for Carers

Caring is an issue that touches everyone’s life; 3 in 5 people become carers at some point in their lives.

A carer is someone of any age who provides unpaid support to family or friends whose health and well-being could suffer without this help. This could be caring for a relative, partner, child or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or substance misuse problems.

Taking on a caring role can mean facing a life of poverty, isolation, frustration, ill health and depression. Carers put their own health at risk and providing high levels of care is linked with a 23% higher risk of stroke.  Our vision is that every carer is recognised, supported and offered services to help them maintain their health and well-being.

We provide services that respond to the needs of carers and the people they support offering them peace of mind and understanding.

This includes: 

Companionship, Social Outings, Personal Care, Home Help and more.

Our support is personalised to meet your needs and that of the person you are caring for.

We can help relieve the stress experienced by carers and people with physical, mental and sensory impairment within the family or home by offering a respite service. Read more about our Dementia support here.

Give our team a call to chat about how we can help and book a home assessment.

When you are a carer, it takes courage to say you need help too. J.W.
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Are you a Carer?

Make sure you receive the available support to enable you to live well whilst caring.

Have you had a Carers Assessment?

Free respite breaks for carers of those living with dementia. 

Rolling Respite – Most carers who are looking after someone for at least 35 hours per week are eligible for 2 hours weekly free respite care. We can provide a care worker to take over your role for 2 hours a week.

Giving carers a break.

Tips for Carers

For carers supporting people with dementia.