Do you help look after someone?
Do you care for a family member or friend who relies on your help? We are here to support you.
Aged 5­–18? Do you look after someone at home?
If the person you look after could not manage without your help, then you might be a young carer.
Aged 16­–25? Do you look after someone at home?
Could they manage without your help? If not, you may be a young adult carer.

How we can help

We are a charity with a mission to support unpaid carers of all ages in Solihull. We know the challenges that carers face because of their caring role. There can be huge demands on a carer’s time, health, physical and emotional well-being. Our job is to make sure that someone is looking after them. We are here to offer advice, information, training, emotional and practical support and much needed time out or respite. All of our services are free of charge.

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Am I A Carer?

Not sure if you are a carer? Carers can be children or adults whose lives are affected by caring for a family member, friend or neighbour who relies on them for help. This could be you if the person you care for has: a physical or learning disability; a long-term or terminal illness; sensory impairment, mental health needs; or substance dependency. The reasons family or friends may need our support can vary. If you care for someone on a regular basis, we are here to help you. Do you support a family member, friend or neighbour who:

If you answer “yes” to any combination of the above, you are a carer.

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Adult Carers

Adult Carers (25+)

If you are a carer 26 years old or above, and you or the person you care for lives in Solihull, you are eligible to register with our service as an adult carer.