Carers Manchester North, Central and South are a group of organisations working together to improve the identification of unpaid carers in local communities across Manchester.
We work with professionals to improve services to carers, and work closely with Integrated Neighbourhood Teams, GP Practices, Primary Care organisations and a range of local organisations to create carer friendly neighbourhoods, and link carers to activities in their local
areas to improve their health and wellbeing.
This enables unpaid carers in the community to be recognised, receive advice, guidance and support early on in their caring journey. We are also working with diverse communities and BAME organisations to support the development of culturally appropriate services to their community members.
Carers Manchester Central
Carers Manchester Central is is led by African and Caribbean Care Group. The partnership involves staff from African and Caribbean Mental Health Services and LMCP Care Link working in partnership with Himmat, Alzheimer’s Society, Stroke Association and Together Dementia Support. Areas covered include: Ardwick, City Centre, Longsight, Levenshulme, Hulme, Moss Side, Gorton and Rusholme.
For more information about the work of Carers Manchester Central and how your organisation can support carers in Central Manchester please contact Melanie Goodridge, Carers Services Project Worker on Carers-Mcr-Central@accg.org.uk.
Carers Manchester South
Carers Manchester South led by Manchester Carers Forum. The partnership involves Together Dementia Support, Lifted Carers Centre and Connect Support, working in partnership with Wai Yin Society. The areas covered include: Chorlton, Chorlton Park, Fallowfield, Old Moat, Withington, Didsbury East and West, Burnage, Brooklands, Northenden, Baguley, Sharston and Woodhouse Park.
For more information about the work of Carers Manchester South and how your organisation can support carers please contact email@example.com.
Carers Manchester North
Carers Manchester North is led by Manchester Carers Centre. The partnership involves staff from: Alzheimer’s Society, Moodswings, working in partnership with Talbot House, The Fed (Greater Manchester Jewish Community) and North Manchester Black Health Forum. Areas covered include: Ancoats and Beswick, Clayton and Openshaw, Charlestown, Cheetham, Crumpsall, Harpurhey, Higher Blackley, Moston, Miles Platting and Newton Heath.
For more information about the work of Carers Manchester North and how your organisation can support carers please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.