The government uses the word Carer to describe people who provide “regular and substantial care” to someone. This can be a family member or a friend. You do not have to live with a person to be their Carer.
Elmore understands that carers are often a major factor in promoting clients’ wellbeing. We will work in partnership with carers in helping people on their way to recovery. Elmore will ask clients for guidance about how they want carers to be involved in their support, and what information they would like us to share.
Caring can be a difficult job and there is support and advice available.
Provides information services, an outreach service, peer support groups and training for carers.
The Adult Social Care site provides information and advice, explains how to get a Carer’s Assessment and how to apply for breaks and grants.
Carers’ Voice Oxford works for carers to have their voices heard.
A web resource providing a range of useful material and information about local services. Aimed at those affected by and interested in Mental Health.
Please help us to improve our services by answering some questions about the service you have received from us. This is a great opportunity for you to help adult mental health services to grow and develop in a positive way. We are very interested in your honest opinions and also welcome any comments and/or suggestions that you may have. Please follow the link below if you would like to leave feedback, or you can contact us directly at our office.
Elmore Carer Questionnaire