Carers Oxfordshire

Carers Oxfordshire


Carers Oxfordshire is a free service for unpaid adult carers of someone living in Oxfordshire.

That means if you are 18 or older and a child, adult or both, who lives in Oxfordshire rely on you, you can rely on us.

Whether you’re taking on a caring role for the first time, or have many years’ experience, we can help you.

We Make Caring Easier

We can offer advice and information and let you know about our wellbeing offers, or you can simply sign up to receive our newsletter that gives lots of information about services and activities going on.

If you need more, a carer’s assessment is the best way to look at what support you might need to help you to look after yourself and stay well and safe while you are caring for someone.

We want you to know that when you speak to us, we have a wealth of experience, we won’t overwhelm you with information or advice and you don’t have to take any support we offer if you don’t want to. We can help you to tackle the things you feel that are difficult and find solutions that can make caring easier. Our team are here to listen and to help whatever your caring situation is.

How to Access this Service

Our website is full of information about the support you can get if you are a carer, you can also contact us with your questions and/or request a carer’s assessment directly from the site.
Professionals can access our online referral forms that come directly to the team.
To speak to one of our team call 01235 424 715


Free information, advice and one to one support from an Outreach Worker. You can get access to carers’ groups and training, wellbeing events, support groups, regular newsletters and help with completing carers’ assessments. They also provide free workshops for carers and ex carers. They also have an emergency support service which carers can apply for.

Organisation: Carers Oxfordshire
Units 9/10, Napier CourtBarton LaneAbingdonOxfordshireOX14 3YT UK
01235 424 715

Who is it for?

Offering advice and support to unpaid carers aged 18 and over.

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