Time For Carers AppealHelp us to raise £25,000 in 2017
Helping carers access support and adviceOur carers cafes, support groups and breaks make a difference to carers.
Creating carer friendly communitiesWe work towards a future where carers needs, their voices and the contribution they make to society is recognised and valued.
Working For CarersOur business membership and accreditation scheme benefits carers, communities and employers.
Help us to support more carers in WiltshireGet involved with friends, family or at work. You can help us by volunteering, fundraising or by making a donation.
Join the team and volunteer for usMeet new friends, learn new skills and make a difference with your time.
Time For Carers Appeal
We need your help to raise £25,000. Help us to give carers a break. Find out more here.
Supporting carers in Wiltshire.
Three in five of us will be unpaid carers at some point in our lives. Becoming a carer can happen at any time and the impact is huge with many often experiencing isolation, loss of employment, health concerns and financial difficulties.
Carer Support Wiltshire helps carers to access support, services, education and training, and breaks from their caring role. We ensure carers in Wiltshire have a voice in policy making and planning for services and we work with health and social care professionals and employers to develop best practice.
Our aim is to create carer friendly communities where carers are recognised, valued and supported.
A carer is anyone who cares, unpaid, for a family member or friend who cannot manage without their support. They might look after someone with a physical disability, long term health condition, mental health issues or a problem with substance misuse. There are over 47,000 carers in Wiltshire.
If you look after someone who couldn’t manage without your help please get in touch. Our friendly team can offer emotional support, one-to-one advice and help with accessing the information and services that are relevant to you. We also offer complementary therapies, support groups, training opportunities and much more.