A part of the Gaddum Charity

Registered Charity Number 507162

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Salford Carers Centre

Telephone: 0161 833 0217

Young Adult Carers service

Salford Carers Centre service is aimed at young adults aged 16 to 24, who look after someone with an illness, physical or sensory disability, mental ill health or a substance misuse issue.
The service offers young adult carers a range of services including support with dealing with social, health services or housing services, help with accessing funding or support in applying for further education, training or employment.
The team also offer one-to-one support, signposting to other services and group work activities.
If you think you might be a young adult carer and would like more information please contact us.

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Contact us...

Call us on 0161 833 0217

Or email

carers.centre@salford.gov.uk

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Salford Young Adult Carers - if you feel you may be a young adult carer but don't know anything about our service why not give us a ring 0161 833 0217 and tell us how we could provide a service that meets your needs.

Young Adult Carers service - whats new?

Charlotte - the Young Adult Carer Support Worker attended the NIACE (National Institute of Adult Continuing Education) seminar in London recently where the Young Adult Carers Health Audit Report was discussed. The seminar was addressed by The Princess Royal, Princess Anne and Dame Phillipa Russell from the Standing Commission on Carers. Click on the link Report on health lottery funded project

Young Adult Carers service developments
The Young Adult Carers service is aiming to increase the number of young adult carers (age 16- 24) who engage with our services. The service aims to improve Young Adult Carers attitudes towards their health needs, increase overall awareness of young adult carer issues in all communities and increase knowledge and access to emotional and practical support. Ring us for more details 0161 833 0217 and speak to Charlotte.

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