Provides help for parent carers of disabled children under the age of 18.
Are you a carer? Whether you care from a distance or a live in carer for a partner or relative, find out about your rights, the support available to you and how to continue your caring role while keeping yourself in good health
A world where the role and contribution of unpaid carers is recognised and they have access to the quality support and services they need to live their own lives. Includes finding a care service near you.
They offer support and advice to hundreds of carers every day.
Provides information and support for people caring for someone with cancer, every step of the way.
Provides information to help you while you are supporting a friend or relative experiencing mental health problems. They offer advice about how you can look after yourself and how to handle situations that may arise.
Here they offer information, advice and support for carers.
This is part of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). It provides financial support for customers claiming disability benefits and their carers for example, Disability Living Allowance and Carers Allowance.
Live-in care services from the Good Care Group offer professional care, companionship and friendship, at a time when people need it the most. Live in care often provides a better alternative to care homes for elderly people, particularly those requiring dementia care.
In the UK today there are more than six million people looking after a family member, partner or friend, often isolated and unsupported. The Trust was launched to help carers aged 50 and over by providing a much needed holiday for the carer and a friend.