Digital Resource for Carers
A carer can be anyone of any age who provides unpaid support (excluding carer’s allowance) to a neighbour, friend or family member who could not manage without this help, due to illness, disability, frailty, mental ill health or substance misuse
Are you looking after someone?
Get the support you need with the Black Country and West Birmingham STP’s Digital Resource for Carers.
Visit carersdigital.org and use our unique access code to create an account for FREE:
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|Designed to help carers access advice and information relevant to their situation, find resources and identify sources of support including technology, as well as promote carers’ own health and wellbeing.|
|A central place to store and share important information about the person you are caring for. Set up appointments, allocate tasks, save files and notes, manage medication and lots more.|
|Essential reading for carers including: Upfront guide to caring, Looking after someone – Carers Rights Guide and Being heard: A self-advocacy guide for carers|
|More Resources & Info|
|Access links to further resources and sources of information and support for people who are looking after a loved one.|