Please be aware that due to COVID-19 our carers’ groups and courses are taking place online rather than face to face. You can call us on 01992 58 69 69 (9am-5.30pm Mon - Thurs & 9am-4.30pm Fri).
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Carers Discount Passport Scheme

Carers Passport Discount Scheme

Currently more than 440 discounts/concessions available with the Carers' Passport card. Have you got your Carers Discount Passport yet?

The Carers in Hertfordshire Charity

Carers in Hertfordshire provides advice, information and support to unpaid carers - people looking after someone who is elderly, disabled, has a physical or mental illness or who misuses drugs or alcohol.

Ensuring Hertfordshire's carers are identified, supported and stay well, is at the heart of our work. We give carers a voice with opportunities to meet other carers. We also enable carers to share their views or experiences with those providing or planning health and social care services in Hertfordshire.

We support carers of all ages - children and adults - if they live, work or care in Hertfordshire. Our services are provided free to carers.

We also have a Care Service in Hertsmere, Three Rivers and Watford, which involves professional Care Support Workers providing individual packages of care to people with care needs through domiciliary care or Carers' Breaks.

Have your say

Use your experiences to help to improve the services that are available to you and the person you care for.

Carer services

Our services are available, free, to all carers who live in Hertfordshire or care for someone who lives in Hertfordshire.

Young carers

The Young Carers Project offers free activities, support and a voice to children or young people who care for someone in their own home.

A life of your own

Identify ways to make time for yourself; focus on your own health needs and access local leisure and learning opportunities.

Upcoming Events

  • 09 Mar
    C4A (Adults with Autism) Forum (Online) 09 Mar 21 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM

    Our C4A Forums are part of the work of the Involvement Team, they give you as carers the chance to talk about the help you and your family need and to make sure other organisations hear what they have

  • 11 Mar
    Dementia Forum (Online) 11 Mar 21 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM

    This session we will be looking at the Dementia Co-Production Board, what they are working on and our thoughts on the next steps. We will focus on the topic for the next co-production meeting which will

  • 16 Mar
    Start the Conversation Around the End of Life (Online) 16 Mar 21 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM

    Talking about the end of life can be difficult but avoiding it can be even harder for you and your loved ones. Advance Care Planning (ACP) is a way to think ahead and write down what is important to you

  • 09 Mar - 16 Mar
  • 16 Mar - 18 Mar
  • 18 Mar - 23 Mar
  • 24 Mar - 24 Mar