Carers

If you are a carer we can offer additional support and resources. 

If you wish to review your own health please book an appointment with a GP or ANP.

 

A carer is an individual (irrespective of age) who regularly looks after a child, relative, partner or neighbour who is unable to mange on their own due to illness, disability, frailty, mental distress or impairment.

 

A carer can be a child looking after an older person or parent, or an older person looking after a disabled partner. The definition can be quite wide-ranging.

 

The term "carer" would not normally apply if the person is:

  • a paid carer

  • a volunteer from a volunteer agency

  • anyone providing personal assistance for payment either cash or kind

 

For more information please contact reception or contact York Carers

 

 

 

The Old School Medical Practice

Horseman Lane

Copmanthorpe

York

YO23 3UA

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