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Empanda

Oak Trees Respite facility offers short stays from one night to three weeks for adults with a learning difficulty, allowing their main carers or families to have a break.During their stay, guests have the opportunity to make new friends, the chance to try new things and...

Respite care

Oak Trees, 26 Norfolk Drive, Attleborough, Norfolk, NR17 1QW

Norfolk Family Carers

Norfolk Carers Support is a charity which provides advice, emotional support, information and signposting to unpaid carers in Norfolk.We offer specialist services for Adult Carers of 16 years and over, Young Adult Carers between 16-24 years old and Young Carers between the ages of 6-16 years.These...

Support for carers

1st Floor, 69-75 Thorpe Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 1UA

Norfolk Young Carers Support Service (formerly Norfolk Young Carers Project)

Norfolk Young Carers support service aims to provide an intensive, responsive and individual service to young carers and their families in Norfolk. The service will specifically focus on young carers whose lives are being severely impacted by their caring responsibilities.The intensive intervention will be offered over...

Support for carers

Young Carer's Support Service,Break Charity, Families House -, 125 Ber Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 3EY

The Assist Trust

Progression services for adults with learning difficulties. Day services that support people towards work and independence by building people's confidence and helping them to speak up, to make choices and to get on with others. Very varied timetable offers discussion groups, money skills groups, cooking, daily living...

Physical and/or learning disability

Head Office: 20 Colegate, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 1BQ

Carers Direct

If you are a carer, the helpline advisers can give you information to help make decisions about your personal support needs and the needs of the person you're looking after.This information includes assessments, benefits, direct payments, individual budgets, time off and maintaining, leaving or going back...

Support for carers

PO Box 4338, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M61 0BY

Independent Lives (Norfolk) Ltd

Independent Lives (Norfolk) is a 7 days a week service for adults with additional needs. Through a combination of work based study, leisure activities and therapeutic input we aim to increase confidence and promote autonomy and independence as well as build life long friendships. Independent Lives...

Physical and/or learning disability

Independent Lives (Norfolk) Ltd, Unit 6 Lodge Farm Barns, New Road, Bawburgh, NR9 3LZ

North Walsham Carers Support & Beyond

Based in the town of North Walsham, this group is for carers of people with dementia who are now in care and/or those carers who have recently been bereaved. Often this can be a very difficult period as many people find that whilst caring for their...

Health

Carers Matter Norfolk

Carers Matter Norfolk is the countywide service funded by Norfolk County Council and the NHS to provide support to unpaid carers. All services are free and available to people aged 16+ caring for someone aged 18+. Support is available to those caring for someone living in...

Health

St Clements House, 2 – 16 Colegate, Norwich, NR3 1BQ

Carers Trust Norfolk

Carers Trust Norfolk will provide trained care support workers to take over the caring duties to enable the carer to have a break. The main adult service can be purchased using Direct Payments, Personal Budgets or Private Funding. The children's service is funded by Norfolk County...

Health

Carers UK

Carers UK is a charity set up to help people who care for family or friends. They help carers:* get the best for the person they care for* make the most of their income* stay in paid work* keep healthy* get in touch with other carers...

Support for carers

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