Carers and Families
“Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust pledges its services will respond to carers who may feel lonely and isolated by listening to carers and helping them to find groups that offer support and opportunities to connect with others whilst providing information and resources that can help tackle loneliness“.
Visible, Valued and Supported Nottinghamshire Healthcare’s Carer’s Week Pledge 2022
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.
Paul Sanguinazzi, Head of Involvement, Experience and Volunteering explains the importance of working in partnership with Carers, Staff and patients.
How we work with carers
Information on the Triangle of Care, Employers for Carers and our Carers Quick Guide.
Support and information
Carer support groups, forums, newsletters, Carers Week and Carer Organisations.
Carers Connect Network
More information on the Carer’s Connect Network and how we involve carers in Nottinghamshire Healthcare.
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