Carers assessment

If you are a carer, you are entitled to a Carers Assessment which helps you think about what support you may need as well as how you can have a life outside caring.

3000+
carers supported in 2016-17

Once a Carers Assessment is received, your needs will be addressed by further support and guidance from Carers Centre staff, Depending on the issues identified, this may be carried out in a series of 1-2-1 support sessions with an assigned worker or could be provided through information and advice that could:

  • Help you to stay healthy
  • Contain advice on education or carers’ training
  • Take you through your rights if you are still in paid employment
  • Make sure you’re getting the right financial support
  • Help you to have a break

As well as the carer development worker, you can also request that a social worker works with you on your plan.

Contact

If you require any further information please contact us using the contact form or details below. 

Tel: 0151 705 2307
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Address

Mount Vernon Green
Hall Lane
Liverpool
L7 8TF

Contact info

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A celebration event was held on Wednesday 25th October at the Hilton Hotel where organisations that have contributed to our mytime project received recognition awards. They also heard from carers who have been on a break and found out about the massive impact it has had on them.

Congratulations to Jean Ecclestone who was nominated for Outstanding Carer Award at the Older People’s Awards. Jean attended the event along with some of the team at the Liverpool Carers Centre.

LOCATION: Liverpool 
SALARY: £7.50/hr weekdays; £7.72/hr weekends; 15p/mile mileage

Care Support Workers provide practical support and personal care to individuals within their own homes as part of Homecare Liverpool.  In addition, the role involves encouraging social inclusion within the community or assisting with the service user’s independence to ensure that their dignity is maintained whilst receiving assistance.  Care Support Workers assist a diverse range of service user groups within the local community who are benefitting from the tailor made care packages on offer. 

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