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Carer Advocacy Project - Carer Development Workshops

Carer Development WorkshopsCarer's Rights & Emotional Support

Wednesday 11th February 1.30 - 3.30pm

Carer Assessments * Direct Payments * Emotional Support

Employment & Finances

Wednesday 11th March 1.30- 3.30pm

Carer’s Allowance * Flexible Working * Personal Development

Housing Support

Wednesday 8th April 1.30-3.30pm

Eviction * Creating an Accessible Home * Finding a New Home

All workshops take place @ The Carers Centre, Local Solutions, Mount Vernon Green, Hall Lane, Liverpool L7 8TF.

The Neurosupport Carer Advocacy Project are inviting Carers from *Liverpool to attend workshops to explore ways of developing a support system through a combination of health & social care services, meeting other carers and gaining an understanding what rights you have in your role.

Each workshop will have a topic related legal advice Q&A session.

Call The Carers Centre 0151 705 2307 or email the Neurosupport Carer Advocate on emma@neurosupport.org.uk.

Click on the image to see the poster (PDF document).

* Workshop participants must be residents within Liverpool Borough or be a carer for a person who lives within Liverpool Borough.

* A carer is anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction would struggle to manage without a carer’s support.

Carer Advocacy Project - Support for Liverpool Carers

Support for Liverpool CarersAre you facing challenges in your role?

Are you looking for support on how to tackle a difficult issue as a carer?

Carer Rights * Finances * Employment * Housing * Emotional Support

The Carer Advocacy Project is an issue based service for Liverpool carers
aged 16 years and over.

Neurosupport are providing advocacy to carers in order to help you to
secure your rights, represent your interests and obtain the services and
support you need.

Tel: 0151 298 2999
Email: emma@neurosupport.org.uk

Click on the image to see the poster (PDF document).

* Carers must be residents within Liverpool Borough or be a carer for a person who lives within Liverpool Borough.

* A carer is anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction would struggle to manage without a carer’s support.