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Gloucestershire Carers Hub

Helping Carers access support and to understand their rights

  1. 17 Nov -
    01 Jan

    Gloucestershire / Arts and Crafts - Attractions and Days Out - Literature and Writing - Social Interest Groups - Wellbeing

    Our December programme

    Are you a carer? You might like to see our December programme

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  2. 27 Oct -
    01 Dec

    Gloucestershire / Attractions and Days Out - Literature and Writing - Social Interest Groups - Wellbeing

    Our November Programme

    We are delighted to share our November programmes with you. There are events both online and face to face and these are designed to be of interest to you if you support someone because of a physical or mental health condition. To take part in these events you need to be registered with us. You […]

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  3. 10 Oct -
    31 Dec

    Gloucestershire / Arts and Crafts - Attractions and Days Out - Festivals and Seasonal - Food and Drink - Gardens and Nature - Literature and Writing - Parks and Green Spaces - Social Interest Groups - Wellbeing

    Our Autumn Newsletter

    Are you a carer or do you have someone who supports you? Would you like to read our Autumn Newsletter? If so, please follow this link Autumn Newsletter – Gloucestershire Carers Hub

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We understand that being a carer can put pressure on your physical and emotional health and wellbeing at times. We also know that where specific conditions are being cared for, this can bring its own set of challenges for you.

A carer can be somebody, of any age, who provides support or who looks after a family member, partner or friend who needs help because of frailty, physical or mental illness, or disability. This would not usually include someone paid or employed to carry out that role, or someone who is a volunteer.

If you are helping someone with day-to-day care, which can include preparing meals, administering medication, giving someone personal care or emotional support, there is a wide range of support available to you.

Gloucestershire Carers’ Hub is able to offer support to carers who are over the age of 18, including parent carers. Support for young carers is provided by Gloucestershire Young Carers.

Contact info

  • 0300 111 9000
  • Triage Team

Bonds Mill
GL10 3RF

Inclusion statement

We are committed to ensuring our services are fair, responsive and accessible to all.
We are committed to fairness and do not discriminate on any grounds including gender, transgender, pregnancy, marital status, race, ethnic origin, colour, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, religion, age and offending status.
We ensure that our offices and buildings are accessible (if any building does have limited access we ensure that a suitable alternative venue is offered). We will work with people to provide reasonable adjustments for anyone with a disability. If you let us know in advance of an event what your needs are, we will do our best to help.
•We consult with and involve communities in the development of services as appropriate

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