Young carers are people aged between 5 and 18 years old who have a responsibility for looking after or helping someone else to look after a person who has a disability, a long term illness, mental health illness, or someone addicted to drugs or alcohol. That person could be your mum, dad, brother, sister, grandparent or even a close friend.
As a young carer you may help out by going shopping, cooking, cleaning, making sure the person you care for takes their medicine, talking and listening to them when they are not very happy, look after your brothers and sisters or anything else that helps out at home.
We can help you by listening to you when you want to talk, giving you information and advice, arrange trips and activities to give you a break from your caring responsibilities and support you through any troubles you may have in school (if the problems are because you are caring for someone)
Carers Trust Heart of England
Young Carers Project
The Den (Back Entrance of the Central Hall)
If you have any queries or wish to make an appointment, please contact us on:
Phone - 024 7610 1040
Text - 074 2867 0040
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org