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Reepham & Aylsham Medical Practice



Do you look after someone close who could not manage without you?


if so, you may be a carer?


Carers provide help and support to a partner, relative, child, friend or neighbour who could not manage without help due to physical or mental ilness, disability, life limiting illness or addiction and to the older and vulnerable.


Get the help you deserve. Your GP is there to help you.


You can speak to the reception staff either face to face or via the telephone to simply identify yourself as a carer or you can discuss this with your doctor or nurse if you would prefer. Once the practice is aware that you are a carer we will be able to offer you further assistance, such as free carers pack and a free flu vaccination(s).

Visit www.norfolkcarers.org.uk for further support, guidance or general information about being a carer.


Or you can visit www.nhs.uk and use the care and support link for more information and guidance.



Aged Veterans Counselling


Aged veterans counselling is a free counselling and support service for aged veterans, their families and carers. They can help you with loneliness, depression, bereavement, anxiety and relationships. For more information please visit the website www.agedveteranscounselling.org.uk.



Carer Support Groups


Carer support groups are held at The Act Centre, St Michaels Avenue, Aylsham, NR11 6YA on the 1st Wednesday of every month 2:00pm - 3:00pm, there is no need to book these sessions.


There are occasionally extra focussed carer groups held at the centre, these dates will be advertised and booking is essential.


For more information contact Sarah Purdy by telephone on 01263 733385 or via email on sarah@aylshamcaretrust.com

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