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Whether you look after a partner, friend or relative, we are here for you.

Adults looking after someone

It's not always easy to recognise the impact of looking after your friends and family. You may be a mother, husband, son, friend, etc doing all that you can for them. It might feel like the extra help you provide doesn't really come with a name, it's something you do out of love or a sense of duty.

We know how challenging caring for someone due to old age, illness, disability, mental health difficulties or an addiction can be. You are not alone.

Children and young people looking after someone

You can support a family member or friend at any age, but it can be especially tough if you're a young person. There's lots of tasks you might do to help them like the housework, giving medicine or managing family finances. If you need to talk to someone, we're here for you.

Need to talk?

We're here to listen. We understand the extra pressures and challenges you may be facing as you help your partner, family member or friend. Get in touch to speak to our supportive team. Call us on 0800 0388 885 or email us at support@banescarerscentre.org.uk (Mon - Fri, 9am - 1pm). 

Hear from the people we help

There are thousands of people supporting their family and friends, yet everyone's caring situation is unique. Members of our community share there stories to help those understand more about their own caring role.

Need to talk? Call our Freephone Support Line on 0800 0388 885 (Mon-Fri, 9am – 1pm)