Carer's Emergency Plan (Hampshire)


Are you caring for someone who needs your help due to a health condition, disability or frailty? Are you concerned about what will happen to them should an emergency arise?
Make An Emergency Plan. The Princess Royal Trust for Carers in Hampshire will provide you with support to discuss, develop and implement an emergency plan. Up to 48 hours care may be available for the person you care for in the event of an emergency.
This plan can not cover planned events, pre-planned operations or a pre-arranged hospital admission.

The benefits of making an Emergency Plan are:
- Peace of mind.
- You are able to choose who should be involved.
- The best opportunity for the cared for person to remain in their own home.
-Information about other services available.
- Carers' emergency cards.
- Emergency support may be available free of charge for up to 48 hours.

What Will Happen:
- A project worker will phone you to make an appointment.
- They will visit you at your chosen venue to discuss your requirements.
- With their support, you will put together an emergency plan.
- They will provide you with a detailed document outlining your emergency plan.
- In the event of an emergency their 24 hour phone line is available should you require further support. Telephone number: 0800 169 1577.

About The Princess Royal Trust for Carers

The work that the Princess Royal Trust for Carers do is varied and is tailored to the needs of each individual carer. Their focus is on giving carers accurate and up-to-date information on anything from disability aids to benefits claims. They run carers hubs throughout Hampshire, which provide information, advice, support, counselling etc. to carers.

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User Cost/Charge Information
Free of charge.

Find out more

The Princess Royal Trust for Carers

01264 835246



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