At The Carers Place we do things a little differently . . .
With supports that spans the online space, the community and in your home, The Carers Place provides innovative and holistic support and education for Carers and their families.
With isolation, fear and poor physical, mental and emotional health outcomes amongst carers at epidemic proportions, we recognise that any service provided to a carer needs to be flexible and focussed on the entire family unit. We don’t live in silo’s and cannot be treated as such.
Furthermore, no two families are the same, have exactly the same needs nor do their belief systems and values match identically.
We are committed to providing and showcasing an array of products and services for carers and their families where by they can make an informed decision about how the future of their overall mental, physical and emotional health will be supported and by whom.
HOW TO ACCESS OUR SUPPORTS AND SERVICES:
Our community is a safe space for parents & carers to come together.
Members share experiences, seek help & support one another and to enjoy the company of their peers who get it!
This is a safe space free of judgment and full of unconditional positive support.
Check out our NEW & exclusive secure online Membership Learning & Support Platform.
Designed to provide you with tools and resources that support you and your family, provide opportunities to connect with your peers and learn from professionals who are or have been carers themselves.
Find out more about what we do and how we can help you and your family.
Meet our founder Cassie Day a parent & carer herself, driven to create social change to support carers & their family in a holistic way.
Learn more about our background, why we do what we do and how that relates to you!
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