Do you or the person you look after have a long term condition?
Could you, or they, be at risk of urine or chest or any type of infection?
Do you want to try and prevent an avoidable hospital admission?
Pilot to help prevent you or the person you look after from being ill with an infection that may progress resulting in an emergency admission to hospital. This could empower Carers, prevent crisis and reduce stressful, debilitating and life threatening / life changing admissions to hospital.
We would like to find 1,000 people willing to take part in this potentially life changing pilot, If you are interested please contact Louise Shaw tel 01933 677837 or 07785 335809
For more information see the Infections Monitoring web page
Winners of the Jane Roebuck Carers Awards 2015 Click Here
Did you know that 1 in 10 people in Northamptonshire regularly care for someone?
Are you one of them?
You may not describe yourself as a carer; it’s just what you do as a husband, wife, partner, relative or friend. You may be providing physical, emotional or practical support or helping someone to get out and about. You can be of any age and come from any background or community.
If you care on a regular basis for a parent, child, friend, neighbour or other relative who may be physically or mentally ill, has a disability, is elderly or has problems with drugs or alcohol, then you are a carer and this website is for you.
Latest Support for Carers Booklet 2014 for you to download Click Here
Training for carers Providing training and leisure opportunities for carers through the Needs and Aspirations programme. Please see the Spring & Summer 2014 directory of opportunities for unpaid carers, offering a wide range of activities, leisure and “me “ time: