Caring for someone

A carer is someone who provides support to family or friends who couldn't manage without this help. These pages show what support is available to carers and those in need of help in Haringey.

Helping you get the care you need:

Living independently

Equipment, adaptations and devices to help with daily tasks, so people can stay in their own homes for longer.

Assessing your care needs

Find out what help you/the person you are caring for may be entitled to.

Help available to you as a carer:

Support for carers

Find out what help is on offer to those who care for others.

This section includes community support and outreach groups, carer assessments and registration, as well as other help available.

Adult Carers' Strategy 2020-23

The Adult Carers' Strategy 2020-23 has been co-produced by carers, statutory partners and voluntary and community sector partners who provide services or have an interest in carers.

Page Last Updated:

October 24, 2022

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