The pandemic has resulted in carers accessing a lot more information and support online.
And with over 1,300 carers registering with Carers in Bedfordshire in the last year, this has brought significant rise in demand for services, putting a strain on the charity's previous site.
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The new website, designed by Bedford web design agency Lucky Fourteen, provides information on a wide range of topics from supporting carers’ mental health and how to fill in a carers assessment, to what events and groups are available.
The new website provides a number of fresh features including a live chat function, an events calendar and carer stories.