Supporting Carers

  • Read our latest Sharing Sheet Newsletter online!
  • Thank you to our Volunteers! See you in 2015.
  • Male carers enjoying their get togethers. Have you joined?
  • National Disability Insurance Scheme information session times have been released for 2015.

You care for someone… we care for you.

 

Who are carers?

Carers are people who look after someone who is frail aged or has a disability, a mental illness, a chronic illness, an intellectual disability, or a physical disability. They can be a family member, friend or neighbour.

Caring can be challenging for many reasons
and that’s why we are here for you.

How can we help

Carer Support has provided services to Carers in the South & East Metropolitan areas of Adelaide for nearly 25 years. Funded by the state and federal governments we assist Carers in our region with a broad range of services designed to make it easier for Carers to care.

We listen to your personal situation and tailor appropriate services to your needs.  Our services include Respite, Information, Support and Care coordination under the NDIS across the South and East Metropolitan areas.

Want more information?

You have a number of options:

  • Read the helpful information found on this website.
  • Register as a carer.
  • Give us a call on 08 8379 5777 during office hours.
  • Respite; if you need respite from your caring role, including in an emergency, or just more information about services available to you, please call 1800052222 or email: respite.team@carersupport.org.au

 

 

“If we are to continue caring for someone else, we must also care for ourselves” ~Enid Gray


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