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Information Hub

Information at your fingertips


Information about leading a healthy lifestyle when caring for someone. Find out about the different organisations that may be able help you to maintain a healthy lifestyle.


Caring role and rights

Information about the caring role. Find out about how health professionals can help and information about certain conditions.


Practical support

Information about accessing practical support services, including arranging care and support and help to manage at home. Find out about how to access practical help and also how to plan for an emergency.


Carers: time for yourself

Often as a carer having time to yourself can be difficult. Find out about taking a break when caring and what your options may be.


Caring and how you feel

The demands of caring can often mean that as a carer managing your feelings and emotions can be difficult. Find out about the organisations that can help and support you in in dealing with your emotions.


Financial and legal issues

Information about financial help available when you're a carer, including benefits. Also, legal issues to consider when caring. Find out about the organisations that can provide more help.


Work and education

Information about working, caring and employment. Find out about your rights as a caring, organisations to help you get back into employment, volunteering and your education options.


Young adult carers

Information, advice and guidance for young adult carers. All information here is specifically for carers aged 18-25 year old.