Carers and Families


Carers and Families

‘‘We will make caring visible and valued by working with carers to share information and stories through our website and other media and to work with staff so they can get carers the information and support they need.’
Nottinghamshire Healthcare’s Carer’s Week Pledge for 2021

A carer is someone of any age who provides regular unpaid support to another person who could not manage without help. You may be a partner, friend, relative or neighbour or a young carer under the age of 18. Nottinghamshire Healthcare works in partnership with Trust staff and carers. By listening to and involving carers, we can provide better care for our patients and service users.


Want to know more about Carers?

Wathwood Carers Project 2019 – Information Leaflet

Caring for Carers Together – Thoughts of Deaf Carers

Caring for Carers Together – Rosella’s Thoughts

Caring for Carers Together – Carer’s Group Thoughts

Caring for Carers Together – Thoughts of Young Carers

Caring for Carers Together – Parent’s Thoughts


Latest Carer Blogs

  • A few highlights from the last year of changes made as a result of feedback from patients, carer and families
    We’ve been contributing to the Trust’s Annual Report this month, due to be published in early summer, and so we’ve been trawling through our services six monthly reports and also Care Opinion stories to put together a few examples of things that have changed as a result of feedback. It’s […]
  • Arnold Lodge update
  • ‘You are not on your own’
    Jane Danforth – Involvement & Experience Officer met with Debbie this Summer during Carers Week 2021 to chat about her experiences as a carer and employee of Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust in the facilities department. In 2016 Debbie found herself in a new role of unpaid carer for her husband and […]