Free & Confidential

All of our services are completely confidential and free of charge.

The work we do is varied and is tailored to the needs of each individual carer. Our service includes:

 

  • Information, advice and guidance

  • Advocacy and representation

  • Liaison with statutory bodies

  • Access to training and education

  • Support groups

  • Carers clinics

  • Carers hubs

  • Opportunities for respite

  • Regular support groups

  • Free counselling by way of voluntary qualified counsellors

  • Regular newsletters

  • A listening ear

  • Emergency Planning for Carers

  • Alzheimer’s Café

 

Our organisation is here to support you in your caring role and if we don't know the answer we will find out.

Events are held to celebrate and inform carers both in Carers Week and Carers Rights Day.

Who is a Carer

All of us will care for someone in our lifetime. Recognising when you are a carer is the first step towards finding help and support at the right time.

133,000 people are carers in Hampshire. Most do not recognise the help they give to their Mum, Dad, Husband, Wife, Partner, Child, Grandparent, Friend or Neighbour as unpaid care. However, without that help the person they support could not cope or live independentley.

Caring for someone can happen suddenly through illness, stress or accident. Caring for someone can happen progressively with age or disability. However you come to a caring role it may be time to ask for help.

Head Office

Tel: 01264 835246

Email: info@carercentre.com

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