Selby District

Opening hours: 
Monday to Friday 9-5
Telephone number: 
03000120415

 

Carers Count Selby is still working and accepting referrals during the current COVID-19 situation.

You can use our usual phone number 0300 0120415 and email address selbydistrict@carerscount.org.uk.

We are changing the way that we work at the moment. We are following government guidance on how we work safely. Most important is the health, wellbeing and safety of people we work with, our staff and volunteers. We are introducing different ways for the team to work with people during this time, including offering support over the phone and by video call.

We have also had to take the difficult decision to stop our groups until further notice; we will stay in touch and look at different ways people can support each other.

 

Please see the bottom of this page for some links and documents you may find useful during this time.

 

 

 If you give time and energy, without being paid, to look after a family member or a friend then Carers Count can help you. This service is free, independent and confidential.

Carers Count works across Selby District and offers information, advice and support for all informal/unpaid adult carers including:

Home Visits

Carers Assessments

Signposting to relevant organisations for practical and financial advice.

Emotional Support

Social groups and activities

Regular newsletters

 

Our experienced team will do everything they can to help you.

For further information contact us on 0300 012 0415 (local rate call) Text 07860 021502  

Email: selbydistrict@carerscount.org.uk

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Carers Count Selby District Newsletter  -  May 2020

 

 

Useful Links:

My Coronavirus Plan B

Emergency planning information and document for carers

 

Carers UK

As the UK's only national membership charity for carers, Carers UK is both a supportive community and a movement for change.

 

Jointly

Developed by Carers UK, Jointly is an innovative mobile and online app that is designed by carers for carers. Jointly makes caring easier, less stressful and more organised by making communication and coordination between those who share the care as easy as a text message.

 

North Yorkshire County Council Guidance on Coronavirus

 

North Yorkshire County Council Information for Carers 

 

Government Guidance for Unpaid Carers

 

 

 

Address: 
Community House Portholme Road
Selby YO8 4QQ
United Kingdom