Cornwall Carers Service
Cornwall Carers Service, which came into effect on 1st July 2021, supports all carers regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy, maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.
Three levels of support are offered:
Level 1 will offer help to self-manage via a whole-age Adviceline on 01736 756655, an interactive website, text-to-chat options, live web-chat options, Carers Emergency Card, Carers Passport, Carers Register and Carers Newsletter.
Level 2 will offer enhanced support via the whole-age Adviceline where there will be a dedicated Team available to answer Carers’ calls and queries as well as other support while Level 3 will offer formal care and support through a Needs Assessment and associated Support Plan.
Carers - Cornwall Council
Information for carers including carers for adults, carers for children, services for carers and contacts for carers.
Telephone: 0300 1234 131
A guide to care and support
If you care for, or help someone with an illness or disability, whether this is a partner, friend, other relation or even a neighbour then you are a carer. NHS UK provide a wealth of information on carers and caring.
Telephone: 0808 802 0202
Website: Social Care And Support Guide
Care and support in Cornwall
Information for residents of Cornwall requiring care and support.
Cornwall Hospice Care - Useful Links Directory
The Cornwall Hospice Care Useful Links Directory contains links and contact information for a range of organisations and charities.