Carer’s assessment


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If you look after an adult who couldn’t manage without your help, you have a right to have your own needs assessed.

A carer’s assessment looks at:

  • the care you provide and how this affects your life
  • ways you can access support and what you would like to achieve
  • your strengths and capabilities
  • types of support available to you in the community

You can assess yourself online here:

Assess yourself online

Other ways to get a carer’s assessment

You can arrange for us to carry out a carer’s assessment with you. Please get in touch with us.

Alternatively you can use the form below to complete a paper self-assessment in your own time. If you prefer us to carry out an assessment with you, you may still find the form helpful if you wish to prepare in advance.

Please print off and send your completed form to:

Health and Social Care Connect
St Mary’s House
52 St Leonard’s Road
East Sussex
BN21 3UU

We will always contact you to discuss your assessment more fully.

You don’t need to have a carer’s assessment to get help from other organisations that support carers.

Carers’ services on our directory

You can search for support services for carers on our directory, East Sussex 1Space.