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Information & Advice
The Information and Advice service, delivered by Age Concern Birmingham, is available to anyone caring for an elderly, sick, disabled or frail friend or family member within Birmingham. Our specialist team can provide advice and information on:
- Information and advice line
- One to one support – such as welfare entitlements
- Accessing grants and carer breaks (subject to availability)
- Carer emergency back up service – CERS
- Training for carers
- Carer support groups
- Wellbeing provision, for some ‘me-time’ away from caring
- Signposting to other agencies who can assist carers
- Online communities through our Facebook and Twitter
Booklet of Services
Our Booklet of Services for Birmingham Carers is a valuable resource for all local Carers. Inside you’ll find information about the support and services you can access via Birmingham Carers Hub and our partners; health and wellbeing tips, and useful details such as local services and welfare and entitlement information. To get the most from this booklet, make sure you are registered with Birmingham Carers Hub. Click here to register, if you haven’t already. If you would like a printed copy of the Booklet of Services, please contact us on the details below
Accessing our Support and Services
To find out more, register or access our services, you can get in touch with our friendly team on 0333 006 9711 or email email@example.com. Alternatively, you can write to us at the address below or come and meet us at one of our outreach venues.
Birmingham Carers Hub
Address: 76-78 Boldmere Road, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, B73 5TJ
Telephone: 0333 006 9711
New to Caring?
For general information and advice about the caring role, including Health and Wellbeing information, Money and Finances, Caring Safely and Caring and Working, click here
If you find it difficult to make yourself heard or if important decisions are being made about your life or a loved one’s life, we will help you to understand the important issues, understand your rights and take control of your life. For specialist support, contact Birmingham Advocacy Hub.