Urgent national appeal to get a booster jab
The booster programme will be significantly accelerated so that all eligible adults will be offered a booster jab by the new year…
We are here to help unpaid carers across Luton
We are open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 10am to 4pm, and on Tuesdays from 10am to 7pm.
Call us 0300 303 0201 or email us
For instant help simply click the pink ‘Chat with us’ button below, open 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday. We can help you with many questions straight away.
We provide 1-2-1 help at a time to suit you…
For more in-depth issues you can speak with our carer support workers, Sally and Levi. Please phone us to make an appointment or use the form on our ‘Contact Us’ page and we’ll arrange a time to talk.
If you need help in an emergency then there are many local and national services available
We have helped many people improve their overall wellbeing during the pandemic in Luton and will be running a brand new programme in January 2022. Sign-up to book your place today…
Local (free) events, practical information and local news for unpaid carers in Luton
We produce a regular newsletter for unpaid carers that’s full of practical information. We also compile all the local events (mostly free to attend) that carers may like to attend.
You can subscribe for free and unsubscribe at any time.
Download the brand new Luton Carers’ Handbook
Grab your free copy of our brand new Luton Carers’ Handbook.
It’s full of important information including:
- Carer’s assessments & breaks for carers
- Carer’s benefits and money
- Employment support
- End of life care
- Information on medications and health conditions
- Useful local and national contacts
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and answers
All the ways we can help…
We have lots of useful information and links to other sources of help.
Join us online every Monday for 10:30am – 12pm.
If you would like to participate in our online carer support meetings then please contact Levi or Sally on 0300 303 0201.
The meetings are increasingly well attended with carers having a break, a cuppa and a chat with other local carers.
Read all about the ways to improve your employment prospects as a carer.
Find out about free training and support programmes, career advice, job hunting skills (like CV building and interview skills), skills training, searching for jobs, applying for jobs and local adult education courses.
There are lots of ways to improve your overall wellbeing as a carer.
Carers Central has compiled some information on local organisations and support groups that can help.
Please see some useful information and links for the most up to date information during the coronavirus crisis.
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Important coronavirus information for unpaid carers
During the coronavirus crisis we can help you access reliable health and support information. We are here with a listening ear too, offering emotional support to disabled people, unpaid carers and families.
Approximately 9% of the population of Luton have caring responsibilities – that is over 18,000 people of all ages caring for others of all ages.
Luton Council and Luton Clinical Commissioning Group recognise the crucial role that carers play in the lives of those they care for. Luton Council worked with carers, voluntary and statutory sector partners to refresh the strategic plan for carers in the town.