In Manchester 48% of carers say either they are neglecting themselves or sometimes can’t look after themselves well enough (Survey of Adult Carers in England 2016/17, Manchester City Council).

We understand that the responsibilities of a carer can be challenging, and it’s easy to neglect our own mental and physical well-being.

It can be difficult to take a break, get enough sleep, exercise, manage stress, look after your back, eat healthily and keep up to date on carer flu vaccines. Contact us and we’ll signpost you to the most suitable organisation for your needs.

Moodswings
Self Help Manchester
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The Resonance Centre Yoga and Wellbeing
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