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Our Suffolk Family Carers bus

The Suffolk Family Carers bus has arrived! Would you like it to visit you?. Read more 

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NEW Carers Connected newsletter

We have re-designed the Caring Touch in to a more helpful 2 page guide 'Carers Connected' so you can see what support is available for you more easily.  Read More

Suffolk Family Carers

Suffolk Family Carers

We are a registered charity, working with unpaid Family Carers across Suffolk England. For 25 years, we have supported Family Carers of all ages with information, advice and guidance. Read more

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Supporting Family Carers

How we can help

We are here to help by offering information and guidance to support you in your caring role. Getting in touch is easy. Call our information line on 01473 835477 where you can chat to one of our trained advisers.
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Are you under25

Are you under 25?

Young People's Services

We support Young Carers and Young Adult Carers aged from 9 to 24 years old, who provide support for a family member who suffers from a long term illness. Our dedicated support workers are here to offer you advice and guidance. Read more

Carer's Cafe

The View Café

Come and join us

Our View Café in Claydon is a wonderful place to unwind, meet up with fellow carers and friends and enjoy a well-deserved break. Read more

Shopping

Discounts for Family Carers

Breaks, activities and discounts
Feeling like you could do with a bit of a break? Take a look  at our ever expanding variety of products and activities on offer for Suffolk based Family Carers. Read More

Get Involved

Get involved

Involvement

We encourage Family Carers to become involved in developing services that they or a family member have had experience of. Get involved and help to keep alive an awareness of issues facing Family Carers locally, regionally and nationally. Read more

Volunteering

Volunteer

Volunteer with Suffolk Family Carers

Volunteering can offer new challenges, develop new skills and give a real sense of achievement. You can volunteer as much or as little as your lifestyle allows. From an 'ad-hoc' basis to several hours a week, every contribution will make a difference!  Read more

Latest news

The Sue Ryder Living Well sessions begin next week - from Sept 1st The Sue Ryder Synergy Cafés are... More
Helpful info so you can enjoy the bank holiday The August bank holiday weekend is fast approaching... More
Would you like to keep fit as you grow older? Well now you can.... join in with the Babergh &... More
  Have you served in the Armed Forces, Regulars or Reserves or care for someone who... More

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