Jointly is an innovative mobile and online app designed to support carers.
It makes your caring a little easier, less stressful and a lot more organised by making communication and coordination between those who share the care as easy as a text message. Talk to your local Surrey Carers Support Team to find out more
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New Surrey Welfare Rights Book has now been published. Click here to download your copy NOW!
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Do you support Carers? You may just find the training course that meets your needs by clicking here
Vew events for Carers in Surrey (updated June 2014)
New Carer Information Pack. Click here to download your copy
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New on line training tool for people working with Adult and Young Carers. Click here to view the course. NOTE if you are a member of staff of Surrey County Council please use this link from within the Surrey County Council Network

NEW DATES  This free course is back for anyone that works with Carers.

Think Family Think Carer

Think Family, Think Carer Workshop provides staff who come into contact with Carers an opportunity to build on basic understanding of Carer issues. Click here to download further information (pdf document). Click here to download the booking form.
Surrey Welfare Rights training courses now available. Click here for further information
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Caring with Confidence Could help you care.Click here  to find out more. You can also reserve places on Caring for Confidence Courses. Click here to learn more. Click here for further details. If you wish to make a referral here is the referral form to download.
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Vew the current Carers Strategy Priorities in Surrey (pdf doc) View ' A Life Outside of Caring' A joint Carers Commissioning and Development Strategy for Surrey

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New report on how Carers in Surrey use or don't use the Internet. Click here to downaload your copy of the report
New research published about men who care for someone. Click here to download your copy
Research by Carers Trust and The University of Nottingham reveals that young adult carers often struggle at college and university because of their caring role. Click here to view the report
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Carers UK campaign to call for all political parties to stop cutting carers' support, end carers' financial hardship and prevent carer breakdown.Click here to find out more