This is a list of some of the key organisations that carers may need to contact. If you cannot find what you are looking for you can contact us.
Disclaimer – the following links are from third parties and although we think that they might be useful to you in your caring role we cannot guarantee the content within them.
Carers Trust Thames (formerly Crossroads Care Bucks and MK)
Citizen’s Advice Bureau – Chiltern (Amersham)
Citizen’s Advice Bureau – Aylesbury
Citizen’s Advice Bureau – Buckingham Winslow district
Citizen’s Advice Bureau – High Wycombe
Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia Support Group – Aylesbury
ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Support group (see Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia Group above)
Men in Sheds (Aylesbury) – a social and active group for mature men
Mencap – Chesham Amersham & District
Mind – Wycombe
Mind the Gap Bucks – Chesham group supporting people with mental health issues and social isolation
Motor Neurone Disease Association – A guide for carers who are caring for someone with MND, available in hard copy (upon request) or digital formats
Multiple Sclerosis Society – Amersham and Chesham branch
Multiple Sclerosis Society – High Wycombe
Multiple Sclerosis Society – Milton Keynes
The Pace Centre – a specialist centre for children with motor disorders such as cerebral palsy
Parkinson’s UK – Amersham & High Wycombe branch
Parkinson’s UK – Aylesbury branch
Patient Transport – Non Emergency for Bucks, Berks and Oxon
People’s Voices – provides range of advice & info services for people with disabilities, mental health service users & older people
POhWER – provides advocacy services across Bucks.
Space Support Chesham – support for parents of behaviourally challenging children
Stairlift Grants – A guide helping you outline how you can get financial help with the cost of a stairlift
Stroke Association – Bucks Stroke Support
Stroke4carers – an online resource for carers, family and friends of stroke survivors
SUCO (Service User and Carer Organisation) – SUCO is led by disabled people and carers in Buckinghamshire. It campaigns for better services for service users and carers locally.