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Carers

 

Carers in Hertfordshire

AM I A CARER?

You are a carer if you provide unpaid support to a relative, friend or neighbour who couldn't manage without your help.

Caring for someone who needs support due to their age, physical or mental illness, disability or substance misuse, involves a range of tasks to help with their day to day living.

Being a carer can have a big impact on your life, but there is support available to assist you.

Our Carers Champion at the surgery is Rebecca Stone. Please do not hesitate to contact Rebecca or if you would like to be referred to Carers In Hertfordshire please either fill in a referral form and pass to reception or you can print and bring to reception  and I will ensure your information is referred to the service.

Carers identification Form

Please see link below if you would like to refer yourself and for further information please see link below:

 http://www.carersinherts.org.uk/

CAREWAVES

The latest edition of Carewaves has arrived and is available for download now on our website here 

The Summer 2017 issue is packed with lots of articles about what we have been up to, as well as upcoming courses, forums and activities. Read about:

  • Our plans for Carers Week (June 12th – 18th) including some of the events around the county and tips from carers about the support and help they have found useful in their caring role;
  • Safeguarding, what it is and key questions answered by Hertfordshire County Council;
  • Our plans to enhance our support for young carers and improvements to Dementia services in Hertfordshire; and
  • Our Make a Difference funding for carers to have time away from caring, doing something to improve their health and wellbeing.

 

CDL Workshops May - October 2017

Carers CDL Courses May - October 2017 (this link will open in a new window - popups must be allowed)

 

 

 

 



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