Bright Futures offers support to Young Carers (aged 14-17) and Young Adult Carers (aged 18-24) to help them get the skills and confidence they need to manage periods of transition and improve their future life chances. The project is Devon-wide and funded by the Big Lottery.
A carer is somebody who looks after a member of their family or a friend with a disability, a long-term illness, mental health problem, or someone who is affected by drug or alcohol misuse.
While this can be very rewarding, having the responsibility of a caring role means that young adult carers may miss opportunities and choices that other young adults have.
Please contact Hannah Abrehart, Bright Futures Transitions Worker, if you are interested in finding out more about what Bright Futures can offer you. on tel: 07507791019
Email: [email protected]
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