If you spend time looking after someone who depends on you because of physical or mental illness, disability, frailty or substance misuse, then Carers Northumberland is here to support you.
Carers Northumberland can help you look after your own needs so that you stay fit, healthy and better able to carry on caring. We encourage you to enjoy time for yourself too. We can also offer you:
- Someone to listen to you when you need to talk.
- Individual and group support.
- Locally based staff who can meet with you personally.
- Events in your area, e.g. relaxation days, learn new skills.
- Access to money to help you do something away from caring.
- Peace of mind from the Carers Emergency Card Scheme.
- Support when your caring role changes.
- Information service, offering advice and information on caring issues.
HC-One, the leading care home provider in the UK, is delighted to be welcoming dementia specialist Professor Graham Stokes at Fleming Court, Jesmond for a discussion on people centered dementia care.Professor Stokes is a clinical psychologist and has been a specialist in dementia care since 1984. Re...
Tuesday 12th June Tynedale Farmers Market, (Hexham Mart) Hexham 10.15am –4.00pm Refreshments & Lunch provided Guest speaker, Debra Dodds, Carer Lead from Northumbria Healthcare to open our day and an introduction to gentle movement from Soul Medicine. Therapies, quiz, workshops, craft...
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An informative insight into the experience of carers in Northumberland is now available to read online. The ‘Support for Carers in Northumberland’ report provides analysis of carers’ responses to the National Adult Carers’ Survey 2016. In Northumberland there are almost 36,000 people providing car...