- Did you know that 1 in 8 people in Britain is a Carer?
- Are you one of them?
- Carers do not always recognise themselves as such.
Carers look after family, partners or friends because they have an illness, mental health problem, or are frail or elderly. A carer can be of any age.
If you are a carer or you know someone who is, please let us know so that we can inform you/them of relevant services and provide useful information.
For further information and support please click here for information from Cheshire West Carer Support.
A young carer is a child or young person living with a parent or sibling with a disability and/or illness such as mental ill health, substance misuse or physical illness. Please visit Cheshire Young Carers website for help and advise.
If you are a carer for an older person, living in a rural community, please visit the BreakTime page.
All carers are entitled to a free flu vaccination. Please contact reception during our flu campaign to arrange an appointment.
Cheshire West Carers Newsletter July – Sept 2018