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Home Resident Social Care and Wellbeing Carers Information, Advice and Assistance for Carers

Information, Advice and Assistance for Carers


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A Carer is a person who provides or intends to provide care for an adult or disabled child. Carers can be of any age and do not have to live with the person they care for.
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Many Carers are relatives, friends or neighbours of the people they care for and may not think of themselves as a Carer but may have been looking after someone for a long time. 

Becoming a Carer can be rewarding but at times may also feel overwhelming and demanding but there is support available. 

Carers may be entitled to get support from Conwy County Borough Council and other organisations.

Contact us on 03004561111 to find out more.

Carers Champion

The role of the Carers Champion is to maintain and strengthen the profile of the subject of Carers within Conwy County Borough Council and to promote Carers within the Council’s corporate and service priorities to secure proper recognition of Carers.  

Councillor Penny Andow is the current Carer’s Champion.

The following organisations may be able to provide you with help and support:

Additional information

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