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carers

A Carer is someone of any age who looks after a child, relative, partner or friend in need of help because they have an illness, disability, frailty or a substance misuse problem. The care they provide may be personal, emotional or supervisory and is unpaid.

The Carers' Support Service is here to work with and support Carers in North East Lincolnshire. All our support is FREE and confidential.

Who do we support?

The Carers’ Support Service supports different groups of Carers:

Adult Carers – Adults caring for someone aged 18 or over.
Young Adult Carers – Adults aged 18 to 25 who care for someone aged 18 or over.
Young Carers – Carers under the age of 18 who care for a family member (parent, grandparent, sibling, etc.).
Parent Carers – Carers who provide for the additional needs of a child as a consequence of a disability or medical condition.
Carers of someone with a substance misuse problem – Carers in this situation must be 18 or over to access support via the Carers’ Support Service.

For more information and how to access our support visit our website; http://www.carerssupportcentre.com/north-east-lincolnshire/ or call 01472 242277

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