Bluebird Care Wakefield support Carers Awareness Week 2017

Published: 22/05/2019

Bluebird Care Wakefield is supporting Carers Awareness Week 2017 from 12– 18 June 2017...

Bluebird Care Wakefield is supporting Carers Awareness Week 2017 from 12– 18 June 2017.

Carers Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring, highlight the challenges carers face and recognise the contribution they make to families and communities throughout the UK.

The campaign is brought to life by thousands of individuals and organisations who come together to organise activities and events throughout the UK, drawing attention to just how important caring is.

This year’s theme for Carers Awareness Week is to focus on building carer friendly communities.

Narinder Gill, director of Bluebird Care Wakefield, said:

This year in order to support Carers awareness week we have come together to show our care workers to the community and look at the quality care that they provide on a day to day basis. We have also focused on building carer friendly communities by working towards a support network including West Yorkshire Fire Service, The Prince of Wales Hospice, Wakefield District Carers and the West Yorkshire police.

We value our carers and are proud of the quality care and support they provide.

We invite you to meet some of our amazing carers.

Carers week


I enjoy what I do because I like to make a difference to people’s lives because I feel they will have a better life through my care and support. My aspirations in life are to be a better person and I want to continue to be the best to all.


Carers week 2017


I love working with people in the community and the characters that you meet make me smile. I enjoy the basic everyday situations helping vulnerable people fulfil everyday needs such as washing, dressing, shopping, cooking and most of all chatting and listening to their stories.


Bluebird Care - Carers Week


I am helping those who need that bit of extra to live their lives at home. My aspirations are to help people in some way get the most out of life because everyone deserves to live the life they want no matter how it has turned out for them.



Bluebird Care Wakefield - Carers Week 2017


It gives me great satisfaction to be able to help someone who needs support. This may vary from person to person how much support and what kind of support but it always makes me feel great inside to know I have played a part in helping someone achieve the simplest of daily tasks that we all take for granted.