Norfolk Carers Time for You Short Breaks. The service is flexible and tailored to your needs, enabling you to, for example: take part in an activity or family event, go to a medical, education or work appointment.
The service is for carers aged 16 or over, caring for someone aged 18 or over, and for carers who don’t receive any other funded respite services from Social Care or the NHS.
Norfolk County Council’s Children with Disabilities Short Breaks Service
Young carers and young adult carers can get a break through this service. It provides short breaks and social care support for children and young people who have a disability that severely impacts on their quality of life and that of their carers and family members. Contact Norfolk County Council for details.
Day centres, lunch clubs and day activities provide social contact and a hot meal for the person you care for. Norfolk County Council and the local NHS publish a Norfolk Guide to Care and Support for Adults that includes details of day centres and day services that are available around Norfolk. The guide also contains lots of useful information regarding care and support to enable people to stay independent in their own homes for as long as possible.
Contact Norfolk County Council for a copy or download it from this website.
0344 800 8020
We give small grants to start up or maintain a carers’ group that offers mutual support or leisure activities for carers aged 16 or over. More details are on our grants and funding pages.
If you think your group could benefit from this grant then please get in touch with us on 0808 808 9876 or 01603 219924, or alternatively, read the Guidance Notes and complete the Application Form below. Please send completed application forms to email@example.com or the postal address below.
Small Grant Application Form 2016-2017
Small Grant Guidance for Applications 2016-2017
Norfolk Carers Support, First Floor, 69-75 Thorpe Road, Norwich NR1 1UA
Norfolk Carers Advice Line and this website have details about a range of local groups and organisations that offer breaks, leisure, social activities and holidays for carers and the cared for person. Contact Norfolk Carers Advice Line for details or go to our groups and events pages.
Age UK Norfolk offer respite care, outside the home, at a specially designed centre in Norfolk. Their Day Support service provides a wide range of facilities and activities for people over 50 years of age. Day Support Clubs operate in Norwich and Diss. They also have details of care homes that will accept short- term residents.
Their Norfolk Care Home Finder is a free service that can help you choose the right care home for your circumstances.
0300 500 1217
Alzheimer’s Society run local Dementia Cafés that provide a safe, comfortable and supportive environment for people with dementia and their carers to socialise.
01603 763 556
Open Britain One-stop shop for accessible tourism in the UK.
0845 124 9971
Respite breaks and holidays for disabled people and carers.
0303 303 0145
The Respite Association offer short-term respite care so that a carer can take a break.
01775 820 176
If a pet owner is taken into hospital, or dies, they may be able to help.
01736 757 900