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  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    All carers can ask for a carers assessment. A carers assessment is an opportunity to identify and discuss any difficulties you may have. It is your choice whether you have a separate assessment of your needs or a joint assessment with the person you care for.

    www.yourcareyoursupportwiltshire.org.uk

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    A Young Carer is a child or young person (aged from 5 to 25) whose life is affected by caring for at least one family member, over and above just 'helping out'. 

    www.yourcareyoursupportwiltshire.org.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    All about carer's assessments – the best way for you to get access to information, help and support from your local authority if you look after someone else

    www.nhs.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    People often think of parent carers as those who look after physically disabled children but being a parent carer is far wider than that. Your child may have autism, have a hearing impairment, have learning difficulties or complex health needs; the list is endless.

    www.yourcareyoursupportwiltshire.org.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    This handbook is designed to give you information to enable you to feel less isolated and to offer reassurance that there is help, advice and support available to you.

    www.yourcareyoursupportwiltshire.org.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    Wiltshire Council and Carer Support Wiltshire work in partnership to support carers in Wiltshire. Wiltshire Council offers you the opportunity to refer yourself for support or assessment through Carer Support Wiltshire.

    www.yourcareyoursupportwiltshire.org.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    A large collection of links for carers for services, information and contacts.

    www.yourcareyoursupportwiltshire.org.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    Having a break is likely to help you cope with caring and give you necessary time for yourself and to recharge your batteries. You may want a break so that you can follow your own interests or catch-up with family or friends.

    www.yourcareyoursupportwiltshire.org.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    Friends and relatives are often the first people young carers turn to for help. Teachers can also be good people to speak to about any problems you have. Social workers, health workers and other professionals can also help young carers

    www.nhs.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    Your carer's assessment may identify that you need a break from caring from time to time. This can include replacement care, respite care, and paid-for or subsidised holidays.

    www.nhs.uk