Barnardo’s Aberdeen Young Carers Service
A Young Carer is someone up to the age of 18 who provides unpaid help and supports a relative, friend, or neighbour who due to illness or disability cannot manage to live independently without carer’s help.
Supporting children and young people ) in Liverpool who are looking after a family member who is ill, disabled, has mental health problems, or is misusing drugs or alcohol.
Supporting Young Adult Carers up to age 25, who continue to have a caring responsibility for an Adult.
Young Carers are children and young people aged 8-18 who care for someone else in the family who has a physical disability or an illness, mental health issues or misuses drugs or alcohol - Families First Category
To provide specialist support for Young Carers and Young Adult Carers as part of the integrated Carers Service in Cornwall.
To improve outcomes for Young Carers who are at high risk of social exclusion and underachieving or experiencing difficulties at school because of their role as a young carer.
Practical and emotional support to young carers in transition from children's to adult services. The service provides information, support and guidance as well as ensuring young adult carers get an assessment of their needs. This is a partnership with Kirklees adult Carers Service.
We are funded through Lancashire County Council and East Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group and are the commissioned service for Lancashire with the responsibility for assessing all Young Carers across the County.