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Register for our FREE digital resources and get the help you need today. Caring for a loved one who is ill, disabled or older can be valuable and rewarding, but without the right support, caring can have an impact on your health, your job, your…
Carer's Allowance is a UK Government Allowance to help you look after someone with substantial caring needs. You don’t have to be related to, or live with, the person you care for although you do need to spend at least 35 hours-a-week caring for them.…
A carer’s assessment will give you the chance to discuss how caring affects your life and find out about support services, emergency help, breaks and financial help to support your wellbeing and help you continue caring. They will put you in touch with free support…
If you are caring for someone, it is important that you get a Carer’s Emergency Card to ensure that that person will be safe if you are caught up in an emergency. How to get a card Create your Carer’s Emergency Plan online, which is a set of…
Comprehensive information from the UK Government about carers and disability benefits, including: Attendance Allowance Blind Persons Allowance Carer's Allowance Disability Living Allowance Employment and Support Allowance Personal Independence Payment
You can call the Carers Direct helpline if you need help with your caring role and want to talk to someone about what options are available to you. If you are a carer, the helpline advisers can give you information to help make decisions about your…
Carers Matter Norfolk is the new support for unpaid carers across Norfolk.  There's lots of new and different types of support we're providing to carers, all of which have been created to be flexible around carer's lives and what matters to them. Carers Matter Advice…
Carers Matter Norfolk have started a new group for carers who are 16 years old and over.
Are you one of thousands of young people in Norfolk looking after someone in your family? They may need your support because of illness, disability, mental ill health or difficulties with drugs or alcohol If you are a Young Carer or you think your child,…
‘The Locality Network meetings are for carers and people working with carers to come together and share information about services and support for carers. To identify what works well, what could be improved and any gaps in services’. (Carers can attend all meetings or drop…