Who we help

We support carers in Manchester. If you look after a partner, relative or friend who cannot manage without you – whether that is for an hour a week or 24 hours a day – then you are a carer. You don’t have to live with the person you care for, in fact many carers provide support to a loved one in a nursing or residential care home. We know that caring takes many forms. You might support a parent who has dementia, a child with learning disabilities, a partner who has had a stroke, a friend with mental health difficulties or your adult child experiencing addiction. The most important thing for us is that you get the support you need in your caring role.

We know that caring can be tough at times and we are here to show you that you don’t have to care alone.

To find out how we can support you.

Help for Carers

This is what we do

Carers telephone support

Telephone support

We are at the other end of the phone for a friendly chat or to find out specific information about your caring role.

Carer groups and activities

Groups and activities

Come to one our monthly support groups, pop to a local café for a coffee meeting or join a walk.  You’re very welcome.

Carer Trips and breaks

Trips and breaks

We arrange days out and short breaks so you can recharge your batteries.