Help for carers from Caring Together
Caring Together is a network partner of Carers Trust and has grown significantly over the past ten years, providing more services and more help for family carers and their families across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Norfolk.
*New* Caring Together support for carers to access COVID-19 vaccinations
Caring Together support for carers to access COVID-19 vaccinations
At Caring Together we know how important it is that people looking after a family member or friend get the coronavirus vaccination. We also know it can be very difficult for carers and those they care for to be able to go to appointments for a range of reasons. This could be due to transport, needing someone to look after the person they care for or any other reason.
We are here to help. If you are a carer in Norfolk, Cambridgeshire or Peterborough who has challenges attending your appointment to have your coronavirus vaccination please contact us.
You can call us on 0345 241 0954 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about this, and a form people can use to request support, is available.
We help family carers through:
- quality respite care so they can leave their loved one to go shopping, go to the hairdressers or just have a rest, company, outings and personal and social care
- groups for all ages, including carers groups, young carers and short breaks for disabled children and young people, including those with autism and ASD.
Additionally Caring Together offer care at home or in the community. There are many reasons why people need care. For many, there is an assumption that this means residential or hospital care. But many people receive the care they need from the people who love them at home in their own familiar surroundings. At times, people may need some extra help with care or accessing the community, and Caring Together can provide it.
We provide this care for people of any age and for people with almost any condition or disability through our caring, compassionate, well trained and professional Care Workers like Jennifer, Sarah and Michal. As Michal would say, they “have big hearts” and this is what makes all the difference to the people that they care for.
Whether you are looking for care for a disabled brother or adult with multiple needs, an elderly or frail Mum or Granny, a wife with cancer or a Daddy who needs palliative care, there is a lot we can do to help.
It also makes a huge difference to the Mum, Dad, Granny, Grandpa, sister, brother, son or daughter to who is there in the home every day, making sure that everything is as right as it can be.
Who to contact
Where to go
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During the coronavirus outbreak we offer a range of support for carers and people they care for including:
- Providing information, advice and guidance by telephone, email and our website.
- This includes information about specific local services carers can benefit from
- Offering our Listening Ear and telephone support service.
- Supporting and connecting carers by video meet-ups, phone calls and email (instead of the usual hubs and groups).
- Help to plan for the unexpected.
- Immediate support in a crisis.
- Homecare and other support such as food shopping or collection of medication by care workers.
Caring Together offers special needs child care in Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Norfolk helping children and young people aged from 0-19 with a variety of physical and learning disabilities.
Our work with children and their families is centered on the child/young person and aims to promote their independence and inclusion and to help them develop life skills.
We help children and young people who have:
- Complex needs
- Sensory needs
- Physical needs
- Autistic Spectrum Disorders
- Life-limiting conditions
- Other needs.
We offer 1:1 support in the home and community including:
- accessing community facilities
- promoting independence
- personal care
- specialist tasks
- Local Offer Age Bands
0 to 5 years
5 to 11 years
11 to 19 years