​​​Carers are people who help look after a friend or relative because of a physical or learning disability, mental illness or whose health is impaired by sickness, old age or dementia.This includes:parent carers of a disabled child and young carers looking after a member of the family Working with carers, we have developed a Carers Strategy for the Wakefield District Organisations and are now working together to help carers, and develop work practices and services that support them. Breaks f​​​or carersFree online taining - caring with confidence Carers assessmentIf you care for someone you may be entitled to a Carers assessment. This assessment will focus on you as the carer and you may receive some support to help you with your caring role. To find out more about this contact Social Care Direct, telephone number 0345 8503 503.Carers Wakefield and District Carers Wakefield and District provide local support and information for people who are carers and for professionals who work with carers. They also provide breaks for people who are carers. More videos:Support for Working CarersSupport for Young CarersFurther advice:Support for Working CarersSupport for Young Carers

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