Need Support?

You have come to the right place. We support all types of carers in Bedfordshire – whatever your age or who you look after because of their disability or condition. Simply tell us who you are to find the information which is right for you.

Why register with us

By registering with us as a carer,  you will get access to a whole range of services, including advice, information, access to our groups, events and carers grants and much more.

Take a look at the How We Can Help section.

You’ll be part of a local and national movement that gives carers a voice to improve services for them and the people they care for.

What's On

Lots of events, activities and talks for information, support and leisure. See our latest events below.

You need to be registered with us before you can attend an event. Or get in touch if you want to find out more.

Latest News...

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Carers Week 6-12 June 2022

Carers Week is a national annual campaign to raise awareness of caring, highlight the challenges...

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Behind the Scenes

Every day, Carers in Bedfordshire staff and volunteers speak to carers on the phone, online...

Carers Magazine Spring 2022

New Carer Magazine Out Now

The theme of this edition is carer wellbeing. From haircuts to health checks, cancer screenings...

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Young Carers Action Day

To raise awareness of  Young Carers Action Day on 16 March we asked schools and...

Carers can feel isolated.

Counselling for carers - from age 11

If you are a carer or have been a carer, you may experience many emotions – anxiety, guilt, sadness, fear, anger, to name just a few. Counselling can help you work through these emotions in a safe, confidential environment.

Vaccines and Health Checks

Find out information and advice about flu and Covid vaccinations for carers and those you care for, including the importance of annual health checks for someone with a severe mental illness.