If you care for someone, you can have an assessment to see what might help make your life easier. This is called a carer's assessment.
Someone from the council, or an organisation we work with, will ask how you're coping with caring.
This includes how it affects your physical and mental health, work, free time and relationships.
Assessments usually last at least an hour.
The carer's assessment evaluates what might help make your life easier.
It might recommend things like:
If you think you need a carer's assessment, use our online tool to get started:
Begin your assessment now
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