Are you a student? If you are a young adult carer studying in Newcastle and the person you
look after lives in a different area, you can still access information and support from
Newcastle Carers. For more information, please contact us
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Supporting unpaid adult carers
Newcastle Carers is a local independent charity working citywide to provide dedicated confidential information and support to adult unpaid carers who are caring for someone living in Newcastle.
What is a carer?
A carer is someone looking after a friend or family member who is ill, disabled, has mental health problems or is misusing drugs or alcohol, and could not manage without help.
For example, they may be looking after a parent with dementia, a partner who has suffered a stroke or a child with a learning disability.
Our main Centre base is on Shields Road in Byker, Newcastle upon Tyne, and here we provide a range of information and support services. We also provide a range of services around Newcastle city, including the areas of Gosforth, Lemington, and the West End of Newcastle. We additionally at times visit public places and other organisations to inform about our services and provide information to carers, professionals and the general public. Find out more about our services here.
We are also...
The Newcastle network partner of Carers Trust - a national charity who work to improve support, services and recognition for any unpaid carer in the UK. An affiliated member of Carers UK - a national UK membership charity who provide a support network for UK carers. You can also read more about our work by downloading our Annual Report 2013-2014 by clicking on the "Download Now" button.
We have successfully achieved the Carers Trust and PQASSO Level 1 quality marks.
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