Throughout the Covid-19 Pandemic, Derbyshire Carers Association have continued to offer vital support to Carers and respond to the additional pressures many carers are facing.
They have been adapting and developing the service to meet the changing needs of carers as their understanding of the impact of the crisis on carers and their families has increased.
As we enter a stage of recovery, Derbyshire Carers want to reassure all carers that they are still beside them on their journey
Types of help available include:
Please note that during the current situation Derbyshire Carers Association are not offering drop ins at any of their offices. To contact the service please email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01773 833833.
Also in order to protect Carers, their cared for and families, Derbyshire Carers Association have suspended all support group meetings and arranged activities until further notice. However, they are offering a variety of online groups and activities.
Find out more about how Derbyshire Carers Association are supporting carers during the pandemic on their website or follow them on Facebook. There is also useful information in their October 2020 newsletter.
The Young Carers support service have put together a poster explaining how they are delivering support to young carers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you care for someone who lives in Derby City you can get support from the Universal Services for Carers service provided by Citizen's Advice Mid Mercia.
October 09 2020