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Am I a carer?

Do you help to look after someone a few hours a week (or more) that relies on you for emotional, medical, personal or physical care or help with domestic tasks? You could be a carer and would possibly benefit from the support of Worcestershire Integrated Carers Hub. CALL OUR HELPLINE ON 0300 012 4272.

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Helpline

Call the carers Hub helpline on 0300 012 4272 if you need support with your caring role. We will be able to direct you to the most appropriate support and if appropriate put you in touch with our carer pathway advisors.

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Palliative Caring Services

Supporting carers who are looking after someone with a life limiting illness

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Events Calendar

Click here to see upcoming events for Worcestershire Association of Carers. For more information call the Helpline on 0300 012 4272.

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News & Stories

Our Events

  • Caring With Confidence - Broadway

    We are pleased to announce that we will be holding Caring with Confidence sessions in Broadway. Read more

  • Legal and Financial Workshops 2019

    Legal and Financial sessions are free to carers and aim to help carers understand their financial positions. Read more

  • Faster Than A Couch Potato 5K

    We are pleased to announce our first virtual run of 2018: Faster Than A Couch Potato 5K Read more

  • Joining Forces Carer Awareness Event

    Joining Forces is working to improve the quality of life and well-being of the many older veterans in Worcestershire. Read more

  • Free Carers Breakfast in Bromsgrove: January

    We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting a FREE Carers Breakfast in Bromsgrove this January. Read more

  • Mindfulness for Carers: Spring Course

    Do you need more mindfulness in your life? Some time just for you ? Read more

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