Carers Information



Carers Support

Slough Carers Support are able to provide support if you care for someone who is ill, frail or disabled.  They provide:

  •  A Free Discount Card
  • Help you to stay informed
  • Help to improve your health and wellbeing
  • Point you in the right direction to connect with others in a similar place to you

Please contact Slough Carers Support for further information on:

Tel: 01753 303428



Here at Burnham Health Centre we are aiming to identify all our patients who are Carers

Here are links to 2 forms which you should complete: 

1) Carers Identification Form  

Please complete this form and return it to the Health Centre receptionist.  You will then be registered in our Health Centre records as a Carer. With your permission we can also refer you to your local Carers’ Support organisation. If you live in Buckinghamshire this will be Carers Bucks. If you live in Slough it will be Slough Carers Support.

2) Carer’s Access Agreement 

You will need to give this form to the person you care for. By completing this form, the patient gives consent for their carer to access their medical records and information relating to their care e.g. test results. Please ask the person you care for if they wish to complete this form and return the completed form to the Health Centre receptionist.  


All carers are welcome to attend the Burnham Carers’ Support Group which is run jointly by Carers Bucks and Burnham Health Promotion Trust. The group meets on the last Friday of the month between 12 and 2pm at Burnham Youth Centre, Minniecroft Road, Burnham, SL1 7DE (Next to the Health Centre).

 More information about the Burnham Carers’ Support Group and other local services is available from Burnham Health Promotion Trust, a registered charity, which has its office here in Burnham Health Centre. Tel. 01628 661441 or email

Further information for Carers can be found at - Carers Bucks website – Slough Carers Support website

and there is a wealth of information for Carers on the NHS Choices website




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