You are a carer if you:

  • Look after someone with a long term health condition, illness or disability
  • You're supporting them to do everyday tasks e.g. washing / dressing / feeding
  • You do this unpaid.


Why register as a carer? 

You don’t have to tell anyone that you’re a carer, but it can be useful to register as a carer if you are trying to access certain grants or services.  You can register with the Bromley Well Carers Support Service by calling Bromley Well freephone 0808 278 7898 or completing our online referral form which has a tick box to select Adult Carers service.  Don’t forget to ask your GP to register you as a carer too.

Download icon Factsheet: Your Rights as a Carer

Download icon Are You a Carer? Key actions for all unpaid carers to do now


What's available for Carers?

Bromley Well provides free, practical and emotional support to help you continue in your caring role. We'll help you increase your resilience, build on your existing skills and introduce new ones. We also support you to look after your own health and wellbeing and provide opportunities for you to meet and socialise with others.

We offer

  • Information -  support, research and guidance for carers
  • One to one practical and emotional support by phone, messaging and face to face
  • Help you think about and plan for the future, including emergency situations
  • Support you to self identify as a carer and register as a carer with your doctor
  • Support you through changes in your caring role. Whether your "cared for" moves into supported living, palliative care or dies, we'll help.
  • Chance to take part in free, practical training courses and workshops to build resilience, enhance your skills, meet others and have some fun!
  • Point you in the right direction for other, relevant carers support and services

  • Regular social activities to meet other carers, share information and support each other
  • Quarterly Carers forum to share information and give you the chance to tell us what you think about the services we provide
  •  Check our What's On page for upcoming meetings and events for carers.


We also aim to raise awareness of the issues faced by Carers throughout the community by providing “Carers Awareness Training” for health, social care and related agencies.   For more information please contact

Download our Newsletter

Download icon  Adult Carers Newsletter - Feb 2024

Resources to download

Download icon Carers Support Service flier 2024

Download icon  Your Rights as a Carer

Download icon Are You a Carer? Key actions for all unpaid carers to do now

Download icon  Bereavement Advice: Information on bereavement, where to go for support, and suggestions for helping yourself and others through grief (pdf)