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Support for carers

If you provide unpaid support to help an adult live at home you are a carer.  

Support for carers in the community

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The Carers Federation provides general advice and information to all carers in Nottinghamshire including contact details for local support groups. Website: www.carersfederation.co.uk/nottinghamshire-county

Telephone: Bassetlaw 07793 268235 - Ashfield including Hucknall and Mansfield 07740 410314 - Gedling, Newark and Sherwood 07802 775560 - Broxtowe and Rushcliffe 0115 9629313.

Our social care directory lists many local organisations that provide support for carers.

Support from Nottinghamshire County Council

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There is a range of support available to carers from Nottinghamshire County Council and the NHS. For many services you will need to have a carer's assessment or the person you care for will need a community care assessment.
Use the links below to find out more about the support available to carers. You can also download the 'Do you look after someone?' factsheet which also describes the services available. The leaflet is also available in Arabic, Hungarian, Mandarin, Polish and Urdu.

See our young carers pages for the support we provide to children and young people under the age of 25 who care for others.


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Useful contacts

Carers Direct Helpline 0808 802 0202

Carers UK  Helpline 0808 808 7777

Directgov - good information on work, money and carers rights.

Princess Royal Trust for Carers 

Pathways Carer Support Service - practical and emotional support if you are caring for someone nearing the end of their life. Download the information leaflet [PDF]




See our main social care page for the support available to people cared for.


Carer's strategy

Our carer's strategy details our commitment to working with others to support carers in Nottinghamshire.


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