Caring

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Who Can Be a Carer?

Anyone - a 10 year old caring for a parent with an alcohol addiction, a 40 year old caring for their partner with Cancer or an 80 year old caring for a spouse with dementia.

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What is a Carer?

Anyone who is unpaid caring for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, mental illness or an addiction cannot cope with every day tasks without support.


Brentwood Cross Roads Care is a Company limited by guarantee registered in England No. 3172543 Charity Registration No. 1054595

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Mission Statement

“Crossroads promotes, offers and delivers high quality, services for Carers and people with care needs”.

Everyone at Crossroads Care is dedicated to helping and supporting carers and people with care needs. If we can help, we will - please call our Brentwood office.


Origins of The Scheme

The Crossroads organisation began in Rugby in 1974 in response to an episode of the popular soap opera "Crossroads" which featured a character who was severely disabled - you can read the full story in History. The Brentwood & District Crossroads Care Attendant Scheme was formed 10 years later and has become highly regarded in the community for its support for local carers.


Scheme Status

Crossroads Care Brentwood Basildon & Districts is an independent local charity and a company limited by guarantee. Although the Scheme is a Network Partner of the Carers Trust, we receive no funding from them and are entirely responsible for our own finances. You can view the Scheme's annual financial summary by clicking here.

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11 August 2016