About care and support
You are a carer if you are spending a regular amount of time looking after or supporting someone. This could be a relative, partner or friend who without your support or the help of other carers would be unable to live independently.
Many people do not see themselves as carers straight away, they are simply doing what anyone would, caring unpaid for a loved one or friend, helping them through when they are unable to do things for themselves.
Need support accessing help?
Community Navigators work with individuals to improve their health, wellbeing and social networks. Based in community settings across Hull, the team provide one-to-one, face-to-face support to help people in Hull find activities in their area.
Accessing adult care
Social care is about providing help, care and support to those who need it. If you, or a loved one, need practical, financial or emotional support to help with your care needs, there are a number of different types of care options available, all focused on supporting you to live your life well.