North Tyneside Carers' Centre
We are an independent charity and the only generic carer support service in North Tyneside supporting both young and adult carers. Our knowledgeable team supports carers with everything from advocacy to mental health through one to one sessions and peer support groups. We also provide specialist training and information sessions created by us to help make life easier for you and the person you care for.
Information for Adult Carers
Our Adult Carers Support service can help adult carers minimise the impact of caring on their lives by providing individually tailored advice, information, support and groups so they can meet other carers and share experiences.
Information for Professionals
If you work for an organisation that provides a service for carers or wish to learn about carers issues, you will find a range of useful information and resources in this section. You can also use this section to make a referral.
In this section you will find a range of information about carers’ rights and links to services, activities and resources which can help enhance carers wellbeing and increase their knowledge and skills.
North Tyneside Carers’ Centre is celebrating 25 years as a registered charity. Over the last quarter of a century we have worked with countless carers across North Tyneside and have
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