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How we can help

We provide an extensive range of age specific services and support for carers from the age of 5 to 105 and their families, in order to fulfil our purpose which is to make ‘a better life for carers’.

For more information on any of our services, call 01253 393748 or complete the Contact Us Form on this website.

Our Services

We have a dedicated team, who provide emotional and practical support to carers aged over 18.

Call Amanda Madden on 01253 393748 for more information.

Download our Adults at Risk Policy HERE

If you are concerned about your finances or benefits, our dedicated Benefits Advisor is here to help.

Call Alan on 01253 393748 for more information.

If you’re feeling lonely, isolated, anxious and frustrated, our Counselling service may be for you. Carers registered with us, can access this service free of charge.

Call Emily on 01253 393748 for more information.

Dementia awareness training is available for people caring for someone with dementia, whether diagnosed or not. Support is available onsite for the person you care for, to enable you to attend.

Call Helena on 01253 393748 for more details or to book your place.

Our Family Focus Project works with families where a parent or carer has substance (drug or alcohol) misuse issues or mental ill health. Our team offer intensive support to all members of the household.

Call Kerry Dalton on 01253 393748 for more information.

Our support workers, based at Blackpool Victoria Hospital, offer support as soon as your loved one is admitted through to the time they are discharged, and help you through this process.

Call Amanda Madden on 01253 393748 for more information.

Our trained staff will provide information to support you in your caring role and refer you to other organisations who can also assist you.

Call us on 01253 393748 and choose one of the options for more information on the service you require.

Our Young Carers’, Adult Carers’ and Family Focus teams provide appropriate support for each carer based on their level of need, following an informal assessment by our staff.

Call us on 01253 393748 and choose one of the options for more information on the service you require.

Our ReFocus Project aims to support adult carers in Blackpool who are affected by a loved one’s problematic substance use, providing them with information around substances, addiction and recovery, time and space to discuss the impact of their caring role and opportunities for respite and peer support.

Call Carla on 01253 393748 for more information.

Our Time Out team provides regular age-appropriate activities, groups and trips to give carers a well-deserved break.

Visit our What’s On page for details of forthcoming events and activities.

We hold a range of support groups and drop-ins for all age groups at Beaverbrooks House, including dementia, cancer and mental health.

Visit our What’s On page or call 01253 393748 for more details.

A wide variety of training courses for carers, volunteers and the local community, are held at Beaverbrooks House, including Managing Challenging Behaviour (MCB), First Aid, Health and Wellbeing and Mental Health. 

Call Alison on 01253 393748 for more information.

If you have some time to spare and would like to make new friends and develop your skills, why not join our friendly volunteer ‘family’? We have lots of roles available with hours to suit you.

Call Kerry C on 01253 393748 or click the button above for more information.

We have a project dedicated to working with young adult carers (YACs) aged 16 to 25. Their needs may be different to those of other carers, as they may be moving away to study, or need support finding employment or training.

Call Sam on 01253 393748 for more information.

Our Young Carers’ team provide emotional and practical support to young carers from the age of 5 to 18.

Call Kerry Dalton on 01253 393748 for more information.

Download our Child Protection Policy HERE

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