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Do you Look After Someone?

Are you a Carer?

 

Do you look after a relative, friend, neighbour or spouse?

Do you support someone with personal care, shopping, cleaning or regular phone calls?

Could this person manage without you?

Are you a young person who is a main Carer for someone?

 

If this applies to you, YOU are a CARER. 

 

Do you have a Carer?

 

Do you have a relative, friend of neighbour who helps you?

Does someone support you with your personal care, shopping, cleaning or with regular phone calls?

Could you manage these tasks without this person’s help?

 

At Daneshouse Medical Centre we are aiming to identify and then support our patients who care for others.

 

If you are a Carer, let us know.

 

You can inform reception staff or

If you have an appointment you can tell the doctor or nurse at the time.

Or use the 'please let us know' link in Carers Direct section and complete the online form.

 

 

Carers Contact

Carers contact are a local organisation supported by Lancashire County Council and East Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group.  They provide help and support to Carers of all ages including Young Carers. They can offer one to one support, emergency plans for carers, access to 'Time for Me' fund. newsletters or just a listening ear when you just need someone to talk to, all services are free and confidential.

You can contact Carers Contact on (01282) 704604 or email carerscontact@bprcvs.co.uk

or call in at ELVSRC, 62/64 Yorkshire Street, Burnley, BB11 3BT

or visit the voluntary services website for further information.

www.bprcvs.co.uk

 



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