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Carers

You are a carer if you provide or intend to provide care for an adult or a disabled child.  They could be a relative, friend or neighbour who is unable to manage at home without help because of sickness, age or disability.  You may feel that you are providing care as part of your relationship with them and not see yourself as a carer.

There are many different kinds of help available for carers including:

  • Information, advice and assistance
  • Carers Support Groups
  • Short breaks and respite
  • Training
  • Advocacy
  • Befriending
  • Concessionary access to Leisure Services
  • Emergency Card
  • Direct Payments

Pembrokeshire Carers Information & Support Service offer help and support for carers. This includes information, advice, emergency back-up scheme, training, activities and support groups.

Tel: 01437 611002 or email pciss@crossroadsmww.org.uk

www.crossroadsmww.org.uk

Other sources of support:

Carers Wales  

Hywel Dda University Health Board 

Age Cymru 

Alzheimers Society 

Crossroads Care Mid and West Wales 

Hafal 

Parkinsons UK 

Mind 

Diverse Cymru 

Dewis CIL 

 

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ID: 16073 Revised: 10/4/2017