Coronavirus: Covid-19

Our face to face services as a charitable organisation supporting carers and their families with respite care have temporarily ceased because of the Coronavirus pandemic and the need for our community to stay safe in social isolation.

We want you to know, we are still here for you. We can help you and your family.

We can offer services to help anyone who needs extra support or special assistance across the Surrey area. 

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COVID-19: 

Following advice from the Government on Monday 23rd March 2020 all face to face services have been cancelled. In addition, there is no support from the Crossroads Care Surrey head office due to the restrictions imposed by the UK Government. If you require help and support, please contact our out of office contact number in an emergency.

07914 186 162

This is following advice from the government to avoid all non-essential contact and travel.

All visits to community settings have ceased including the clubs for both adults and children.

This action is to protect staff, volunteers, beneficiaries and the wider public during the period of the Coronavirus outbreak. We will continue to review the situation on an ongoing basis and keep you informed.

We recognise Carers may still need ongoing support so we will continue to offer outreach support, via our Care Coordinators and Carer Support Workers.

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News from Crossroads Care Surrey

Coronavirus: A pledge to support carers and vulnerable people with care needs across Surrey

Crossroads Care Surrey pledge to work with the wider community to support more vulnerable people who may have care needs and are under strict self-isolation without the help and support of friends, family or neighbours. 

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Young Carers Awareness Day

We work to place all unpaid carers at the heart of all we do. Today marks Young Carers Awareness Day and we pledge to join forces with others to raise awareness of the exceptional challenges Young Carers face everyday.

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Carers of disabled children get a Funtastic break thanks to Surrey freemasons

More than 80 unpaid carers of children with disabilities and other complex health needs will be able to take regular short breaks, thanks to a grant from Surrey freemasons.

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Join our team and make a difference for children and families in Surrey

On 29th February, Crossroads Care Surrey are hosting a recruitment information day for prospective people who aspire to work with children who have special needs, including disability, illness or learning differences.

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