Resources for Carers

Do You Look After Someone?

www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/care/adult-social-care/social-care-publications/do-you-look-after-someone

Carers information pack aimed at carers explaining what support is available from Nottinghamshire County Council and other local organisations.


Carers Trust Guide to Relationships with your Partner, Family and Friends

www.carers.org/relationship-guide

It is a wise guide, full of top tips and reflection about things to think about when you find yourself caring for your partner, family member or friend. There is lots to explore and it could be a useful addition to someone’s Support Plan or Information and Advice plan.


Carers UK Being Heard: a guide to self-advocacy for carers

www.carersuk.org/advocacy-guide

Being Heard is a self-advocacy guide, developed by Carers UK, to help carers navigate what can at times be a confusing system. When we’re caring, it can be hard to get our voice heard. We might not know what help to ask for, or indeed who to ask. Self-advocacy is about learning the skills to speak up for ourselves and for the person we’re caring for.


Healthy Housing Service

The aim of the Healthy Housing Service aims to help improve the quality of life of vulnerable people aged over 60 and families with children by reducing cold-related illnesses through the delivery of practical, home energy improvements.  They can provide access to a range of services including: Subsidised Boiler Replacements, Boiler Health Check, Home Visits, Energy Switching Advice, Age UK’s FREE draught excluders and radiator panels, Age UK Home Safety Check, Handyperson Service, Hand rails & grab rails.

See the attached flyer for more details, phone 0115 985 3009 or go to Nottinghamshire Healthy Housing Service