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L'înformâtion et les sèrvices publyis pouor I'Île dé Jèrri

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Care providers

The long-term care scheme can help you with the cost of care if you choose to stay in your own home or if you're living in a care home.

It's important that you find the right care provider for you. Choose one that you can afford and that is able to deal with your specific care needs. 

Below you can find a list of care providers for both home and residential care.

Care providers must be registered, or be exempt for registration, under the Regulation of Care (Jersey) Law 2014 and approved under the Long-Term Care (Jersey) Law 2012

Not all providers listed may be approved so check with us before agreeing to any contract with a care provider.

Care in your own home

Home care providers on the Jersey Online Directory website

Home care providers on the Jersey Care Commission website

Residential care homes

Care homes on the Jersey Care Commission website 

Benefits and support for carers

Caring for a partner, family member or friend can be challenging. The following support is available for you.

Income Support

If you have a low income or you're unable to work due to caring responsibilities, you may be able to receive Income Support.

Income Support is a means tested benefit, you will need to provide financial details as part of the application process.

Any entitlement will depend on your income, savings, assets and personal circumstances.

Home carer's allowance

You may be entitled to Home Carer's Allowance if you:

  • are working age 
  • have a social security contribution record
  • have paid employment for no more than 15 hours a week 
  • spend 35 hours or more a week as the main carer for someone who has high care needs

You may be able to receive Income Support at the same time.

Adult social services 

Our Adult Social Services offer assessments to people and their carers. They can assess your needs and help you find the services you may require.

Contact them for more information:

Carers Jersey

Carers Jersey works as the umbrella organisation for all local carers. It aims to improve the lives of all people caring for family or friends in Jersey. 

Contact them for more information on how they can support you.

Jersey Online Directory (JOD)

JOD has been set up to provide carers and people who are being cared for with easy access to information about support groups, services, organisations and activities.

Directory of care and support organisations in Jersey

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