Who are carers
A carer is a person of any age (including children) who provides unpaid support to a partner, relative, friend or neighbour who couldn't cope without their help. This could be due to old age, frailty, disability, a serious health condition, mental ill health or substance misuse. Parents of children who are disabled or who have a serious health condition are also considered to be carers.
If you are a carer and would like to register with us as a carer please contact the practice or complete the secure online form below.
The following are helpful links that carers should find useful for help and support in their role as a carer:
Young Carers (under 18)
Click here to register with the surgery as a carer
To find more information about day centres in Epsom and Ewell Click here. You can also find useful information here about Respite care, Transport from home, community alarms, Meals at home and age concern.
To find out about Adult social care in Surrey Click here
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