Adult Carers

Helping Carers to Care

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM) value the contribution carers make in supporting the most vulnerable in our community and are committed to working with them and partner agencies to provide services which support and enable them to continue caring and have a life of their own outside caring. By providing unpaid care, carers enable people they care for to stay in their own homes and remain independent for as long as they wish.

If you are worried about getting in touch with us yourself then please feel free to have a family member or friend contact us on your behalf.

Please follow the link for Carers Contact Details.

Types of Help

There are a wide variety of services are available for carers with the aim of supporting carers in thier caring role. The services are arranged by RBWM, Berkshire East Primary Care Trust or voluntary organisations. The services you may receive are based on need, as determined by a Carer's Assessment.

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  • Aids and adaptations
  • Home care and personal assistance in people's homes
  • Carers Drop-ins
  • Day care
  • Residential and nursing home care
  • Direct Payments
  • Night service to allow you to sleep
  • Help from your GP Surgery - Practice Nurse and/or District Nurse
  • Play schemes for supporting families during school holidays
  • Carers Emergency Cards
  • Carers Newsletter
  • Telecare

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Modified: 2014-01-29
Published: Thu, 27 Feb 2014 04:04:52
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