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Practical Support for Carers
Welcome to the brand new Carers Central service where we are completely dedicated to helping unpaid carers living, or working, in Luton.
Our two Carer Support Workers, Lorraine and Levi, take the service out to different venues across Luton and also arrange visits to carers in their own homes and local venues to suit.
Please call us on 0300 303 0201 or send us an email.
Carers Rights Day
Check our brand new page designed to help you with your rights as a carer. Our Carers Rights page features the best 10 links to useful information.
Save the date…
To mark Carers Rights Day 2019 we are holding a special Carers Awareness Event on 21st November at Luton Salvation Army.
See our events page for full details.
Check our new guide with 30 ways carers can get the support and information they need to keep healthy: Carers Health and Wellbeing
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.
As a result, we have launched a new support service for unpaid Adult Carers in Luton, starting inApril 2019.
Browse the website
To get help, first browse our website. We have lots of useful information and links to other sources of help.
Chat to us
Call us on 0300303 0201 or click the ‘chat’ or ‘contact us’ button.
Our trained advisors are here to help you find a solution.
Book an appointment
For more in-depth issues you can speak face-to-face to our carer support workers, Lorraine and Levi. Please phone us to make an appointment or use the form below and we’ll arrange a time to talk.
Join one of our support groups for carers. Chat to people in the same situation as you over a cuppa. Support groups take place monthly at The Disability Resource Centre in Dunstable and at Luton Central Library.