Carers Centre

Sheffield Carers Centre are here to help any adult who is an unpaid carer. A carer is someone who provides support – practical and/or emotional – to an adult or child with an illness, disability, frailty, mental health problems or substance misuse issues. The Carers Centre offers advice, information and support.

Services include:

  • Carers Advice Line – call to get specialist advice and information – 0114 272 8362
  • Drop-in Sessions – you can drop in to the centre on Wednesday mornings to chat to an advisor
  • Specialist Advice – find out about employment rights, benefits and wills, power of attorney, trusts, and community care for free
  • Information Library – information about caring and your role, available on our website
  • Carer’s Needs Assessments – looks at how your caring role impacts your life, and what support you might need
  • Personalised support based on your needs including:
    • Time for a Break service
    • One-to-one counselling
    • Support Packages
  • In Safe Hands – plan for emergencies or make a contingency for when you are unable to care
  • Facebook – you can join the discussion online with our private Facebook groups.
  • Carers Cafés – meet other carers once a month for tea and cake (details on our website)
  • Newsletter – every few months we send out our newsletter full of news and information
  • Carers Groups – meetings in your community with other carers.

For more information please visit:

http://sheffieldcarers.org.uk/

Phone:

0114 2728362

Email:

information@sheffieldcarers.org.uk



 
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