Carer Support

Do you look after or help to look after someone who couldn’t always manage without you?

Does someone rely on you?  You could be helping with household tasks such as cleaning or cooking, administering medication, organising and transporting someone to medical appointments, providing personal care or providing emotional support.

You could be doing it once a day, a couple of times a week or all the time. There are no time limits to being a carer.

If you look after someone you love or care about, you may not consider yourself a carer. Caring is something we do as parents, partners, children, sisters, brothers and friends, often without question, or the need for a label.


To register as a carer, please complete the form below and hand in at Fisherton House or you can email it to us:

Carer Registration Form

If you are aged under 18 - visit our Young Carer Support page here.

Practice Support
  • We host a monthly Carers Cafe, for anyone to drop in for a cup of tea with other carers and Salisbury's Carers Champion, Helen Dowse. This takes place on 1st Wednesday of every month between 10am - 12pm at St Thomas's Church Salisbury. 
  • Carers Clinics are held at Fisherton House and are offered in conjuction with Carer Support Wiltshire. This is a 20 minute appointment with a Healthcare Assistant for a health check, followed by a 20 minute appointment with Carer Suport Wiltshire. Please telephone the surgery to book in. 
  • If you need any further information, please telephone the surgery to speak to our Carers Lead: Katy Gillingham or Deputy Carers Lead: Steph Coady
Local Support