We’ve been developing and delivering support services to carers in Sheffield for over 25 years. Covid-19 has restricted the availability of some services, so the following list outlines those currently being provided. Please click on the ‘service title’ for more information about each.

Carer Advice Line 
For information, advice, signposting plus practical and emotional support.
The line is open from 10am to 4pm on Monday-Friday: 0114 272 8362

Carer Card
Discounts and offers from local and national businesses for all carers registered with us or
Sheffield Young Carers
Please note the range of offers available may be affected during Covid-19

Carer’s Assessment
This is a legal right of all adult carers looking after another adult. It provides a chance to see how caring impacts the carer and what solutions can be found to address these issues.

Carers Cafe
Due to popular demand our ‘Carers Cafe’ now meets via Zoom every Friday on alternate mornings and afternoons.
Please click on the title for more details or email: jan@sheffieldcarers.org.uk

Carers News!
This monthly Enewsletter provides unpaid carers and professionals with up-to-date information about our services and activities. Use the link to read previous editions and sign up for your free copy.

Carers Support Groups 
Events that various organisations in the city used to hold have been affected by Covid-19. Please click here for details of groups Sheffield Carers Centre now help to meet online, and other organisations that may have online meetings.

Community Connect
Our team of volunteers can arrange to contact carers on a weekly or fortnight basis. The aim is to provide practical information and support as well as helping to reduce social isolation.

Legal Advice Service
This provides short online sessions with a solicitor to offer advice on common legal issues facing carers.

Plan for an Emergency 
This allows preparations to be made to ensure that the person being cared for is looked after in an emergency.

Time for a Break 
This provides help to get a break from caring and some quality time for carers.