Support for Unpaid and Unidentified Carers
An unpaid carer is someone who devotes part of their time to take care of someone else who may be a family member, neighbour, friends or even acquaintance.
While being an unpaid carer is extremely helpful, sometimes the carer’s well-being is affected as well and they start to struggle themselves.
We are aiming to reduce this kind of incidence by providing help to those carers through a network of supports listed below.
WIRED is an organisation which provide a range of supports for unpaid carers:
How to join: Just turn up on the day, email email@example.com or call us on 0151 670 0777 to let us know that you will be coming or to find out more.
How to contact us
To contact the Carers Health and Wellbeing Service please call the Carers helpline on:
0151 670 0777 (staffed Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm),
or email firstname.lastname@example.org or text CARER to 87007.
generic advocacy, Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA), Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA) and also Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards Advocacy (DoLS).
Age UK Wirral is an organisation which is devoted to providing support to dementia patients as well as carers who need guidance for available services. The following is the list of support available for unpaid carers.
Contact telephone number: 0151 482 3456
Email address: email@example.com
Carers UK is a digital platform ready to provide a wide range of supports for carers around the UK and is aiming to make carers access support on an online basis making it easy to browse and related to different situations they are in.
Join for free on carersdigital.org by using the free access code: DPCN 9533
Create an account on Jointly as below: