Carers (easy read)
A carer is someone who provides unpaid help and support to
- a family member
- a partner
- a friend
- a neighbour
who has a disability or other difficulty.
As a carer you may be able to get help and support.
The Carers Support Centre can help you with
- places where you can get support and help
You may be asked to fill in a form about what you do as a carer called “Getting help and connected as a carer“
This is so the centre can give you the right help and advice.
The Carers Support Centre can help you complete this form.
You can telephone the Carers Support Centre on 0117 965 2200.
Short breaks are an activity a person does which allows their carer to have a break from caring.
For more information on short breaks contact us on
Telephone 01454 86 8007
or telephone the Carers Support Centre on 0117 965 2200
Social care means support, services or other things that can help you live by yourself.