Click on the ‘title’ for more information and please note some services have been affected by Covid-19 restrictions.

Lets keep in touch
A guide to help carers and those they care for maintain social connections during a time of physical distancing.
Please contact our office if you would us to post a printed copy

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

Carers Cafe
This is currently operating as a fortnightly Zoom meeting on Friday mornings.
Please email jan@sheffieldcarers.org.uk for more details

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

Carers Needs 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 these issues.

Carers Support Groups 
These are provided by volunteers and other organisations across Sheffield. Please note that group events are affected by Covid-19 and ask you to click on the ‘blue headline’ for the latest information.

Carers Choir
This is an inclusive and fun activity for carers to sing together on a Monday.

Darnall Carers Clinic 
This is a quarterly information clinic signposting carers to the Centre’s services and is staffed by an Urdu/Punjabi-speaking colleague.

Drop-in Advice Sessions
Please call the Carer Advice Line on 0114 272 8362 to speak to a Carer Advisor.

Legal Advice Service
This provides short 1-to-1 sessions with a solicitor to offer advice on common legal issues facing carers.

Mental Health Hub
This group for carers of people with mental health issues is not currently operating because of Covid-19 restrictions.

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

Services for Professionals
This include training opportunities, advice on working with carers and how to refer into our services.

Support on Social Media
Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for news and updates about our services and items of interest for carers.

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