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Carer support

You may be giving emotional support, or have to keep a close eye on the person you care for. Caring for someone can be demanding, and being identified as a carer can be important to get the support you need to continue in your caring role.

What is a Carer

A carer provides unpaid support to a family member, partner, friend or neighbour, who could not manage at home without help, due to any of the following:

  • ill health
  • frailty
  • disability
  • mental ill health
  • eating disorder
  • substance misuse problems

You may be providing practical and physical help such as:

  • cleaning
  • cooking
  • bathing
  • lifting
  • dressing

List of services

List of Wiltshire's countywide services available to those in the 0 to 25 years special educational needs and disability community.

Jargon Buster

A comprehensive guide to acronyms used by special educational needs and disability services.


Discover your local support in Wiltshire for families and young people with SEND, special needs and disabilities, from years 0 to 25. Services, advice and ways to feedback.

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