We offer services to carers of all ages in Bristol and South Gloucestershire. All our services are free. However, we do rely upon donations to continue to be able to provide free services to all the carers who ask us for help.
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Carers Assessments, One-to-one support and carers groups
Getting a Carers Assessment, help from a caseworker and carers support groups.
Carers Emergency Card
If you had an accident or are taken seriously ill, carrying this card will ensure the person you care for will be kept safe.
Carers Break Service (South Gloucestershire)
A regular volunteer sitter keeps the looked-after person company so that you can take a break.
Carers Liaison Service
Information and support for carers in the hospital setting and in GP practices.
Courses and workshops
Training to help you in your caring role.
Walk and Talk
Our friendly support worker leads group walks, offering a listening ear and providing information to support you in your caring role.
Parent carers (Bristol)
A child with a disability or additional needs will often require extra care and support from their parents and those around them.
Have your say about the services and support that you use.
We match carers with trained volunteers who provide conversation, companionship and emotional support, helping you to cope with any sense of loneliness and isolation that you may feel as a result of your caring role.
We provide professional counsellors to give you a safe, independent and confidential space to talk about your concerns, feel listened to and respected and understood.
Discounts for carers
Discounts in shops, cafes, attractions, therapies, insurance, equipment and services.
News for carers
Latest news, magazine, leaflets, E-bulletins, carers stories
Further help and advice
Other support services for carers.