Carers are relatives, friends or neighbours who look after or support people who are ill, frail or disabled, without being paid. Types of help carers give to people include emotional support or help with daily living tasks such as going to bed, shopping, cleaning and getting out and about.
If you think you are a carer or are going to become a carer, you can get more information about where to get help and advice to support you in your caring role via Signal – you can register here for more information about being a carer in Bracknell.
Please tell us that you are a carer, even if the person you are caring for is not our patient. We want to be able to help support and guide you. There is a form to complete at reception or tell the doctor or nurse when you see them next.
For local information and important contact details please see Signal’s Information Pack.