Caring for you

Picture of carer and her husband, with text reading: questions about caring? Free info and advice on our support line 8.15am to 3pm weekdays. 0800 0388 885 or

The Carers’ Centre support line is open Mon – Fri, 8.15am – 3pm. But what can it do for you?

Support you as life changes: Caring doesn’t stay the same. We give support and advice as your role changes. We also help if you are new to caring.

Apply for grants: Applications include items such as white goods, tablets or similar electronics to support you in your caring role.

Help with employment: We understand the complexities work and caring and can help you through this.

Help look after you: We understand the barriers you can face in looking after yourself. We look at how to overcome these barriers and find support that’s right for you

Support you with technology: We know carers can lack confidence in accessing support online or using technology to help with caring. We can help.

Give quick, accessible information: We can point you to online sources of support or email/post (where possible) information regarding caring.

Community support: The Compassionate Communities Hub is also here to support during the pandemic, allocating volunteers to support individuals across B&NES, we can refer carers to the hub if they require help related to Covid-19 Community Support:

Most importantly, at all points of your caring journey, we are here for you.

We know the vital role you play for those you care for and we know it’s not easy.

We’re here to help.

Just get in touch.

0800 0388 885 or

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