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Carers

Are you a carer?

Someone who looks after a partner, relative, friend or disabled child who needs support because of their sickness, age or disability?

Because being a carer is demanding, you need to be aware of all the services which are available to enable you to continue to carry out your important work.

National Carers Week

As part of the National Carers' Week, we are inviting carers and patients who are cared for to come along and have a coffee with the team on Thursday, 13

June 2019 between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

Experienced help is always at hand

The government’s website direct.gov.uk/carersprovides information on support services, financial matters (benefits) and social service assessments as well as useful links.

Carers UK www.carersuk.org  Tel: 0808 808 7777

Carers Trust  www.carers.org

Crossroads Care in Greater ManchesterProvides practical help to give carers a break.gmcrossroads.co.uk. Tel: 01706 525361 Email: rochdale@gmcrossroads.co.uk 

Contact a Family provides advice, information and support to the parents of all disabled children through their website www.cafamily.org.uk and local representatives.

Help us to help you

Finally, please let your GP know that you are a Carer so that we can make a note of it in your medical records.

The following telephone numbers may also be helpful…

Rochdale Carer’s Hub: 0345 0138 208 (E Mail: enquiries@rochdalecarers.co.uk )

Carers Line:  0345 573 369

Age Concern:  01706 712 515

Alzheimer’s Carers Support Group: 01706 868 874

Alzheimers Association:  http://www.alz.org/

Macmillan Nurses Support Group: 01706 651 967

Rochdale Care Line:  01706 926 671

Careline is a 24 hour emergency alarm system that can support older and vulnerable people to remain living independently and safely in their own homes. It can also be used for people who have a medical condition to offer security and peace of mind.

 

 



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