Being a carer may mean that you may experience a range of emotions and feelings throughout your caring role.
This can be particularly true when someone you care for is admitted to hospital, diagnosed with a particular condition or when the condition deteriorates. Equally it can be emotional just dealing with the day to day challenges of being a carer/young carer.
Whether it is fear, loss, anger, confusion, frustration, having someone that you can confide in and share what you are feeling can itself be of benefit and make you feel more able to sustain your caring role.
This is a key part of our service and would encourage anyone who would benefit to access this support.