You can ask a question, get support or information anytime.

For you, someone in your family or a friend.

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Carers Like You

What you do is unique to you, we understand that. There are many young adults like yourself, looking after a family member or friend, many who contact us for support. People here too, are or have been in the same position. It’s ok to ask for help, anytime.

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59% say

…their mental health is worse since Coronavirus

Hours per week

20% have

…seen their time increase of more than 30 hours pwk

No break

42% will

…not have had a break

*Source: Carers Trust 2020

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We all need time to ourselves. Maybe listening to music, getting out of the home to clear our head or just space to ask someone a question.

If you register with Devon Carers, it only takes about 30 seconds, then you can find out what help and support is available to you or someone in your family.

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“Over the years there have been a number of services that have helped me as I’ve transitioned from being a full-time carer to a working carer. I received Carers Allowance from the Department of Work and Pensions, and whilst this was not a significant amount it did help me to manage financially during a difficult period.”

James, Devon

Carer for his mum, on getting back to work whilst continuing to care.
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You never know when you need to contact us by Web Chat, Email or Phone.

A quick registration in under 30 seconds with the form on the left (it looks longer than it actually is) and whenever you contact us, it will help us give you the best support and information you need.

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Lily has got support for her mum. Each week, it gives her a break.


Rashid works early mornings, he’ll message us on Web Chat. No time to talk, much easier for him.

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Alex is at Uni, well, is trying to study at home. Late at night is their time, during the day they are looking after Dad. It’s a long day.

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“I help out with my younger brother, mum gets a bit stressed at times. I asked DC about money, as we didn’t have a laptop. Now we do and Mum is happier.”

Olivia, Devon