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What Crossroads Care East Lancashire is doing during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Our wonderful Carer Support Workers are continuing to deliver first class support.

If you or your family need support at home from our Carer Support Workers during this difficult time please contact us. 

'A Proper Break' for Carers

Are you caring for someone living with dementia?

Could you benefit from 2 hours a week respite provided by Crossroads and funded by the Local Clinical Commission Group.

To find out if you qualify

Please contact us by phone or email.

Rossendale  Memory Choir

The Rossendale Memory Choir has restarted and are meeting in a COVID secure way. Please contact us on 01282 832548 option 6 if you would like to participate.

Kay Street Baptist Church, Rawtenstall, every Wednesday 1.30 pm - 3.30 pm.


A Carer

A carer is a person of any age who provides unpaid care and support to a friend or family member who, due to their age, illness, disability, mental health problem or an addiction cannot cope without their help.

Our Vision

Crossroads Care East Lancashire wants every carer to be recognised, supported and offered services to help them maintain their own health and wellbeing.

Our Service

 Crossroads Care East Lancashire:
provides services that respond to the needs of carers and the people they support, offering them peace of mind and understanding.




We understand that our clients and their carers want to stay in their own homes and enjoy as much independence and quality of life as possible. We provide a variety of support such as:

  • Personal care – such as getting up out of bed, washing or dressing

  • Housekeeping or domestic work  such as changing the bedding or vacuuming

  • Cooking or preparing meals


Many of our clients do not have family close to hand and therefore need support and companionship either at home or in other social or medical settings. We are able to provide a variety of support services such as sitting, help with social or hospital visits.

  • Combat loneliness

  • Provide interests and conversation

  • Bring the outside into the home

  • Provide peace of mind for the family


Many of our clients have complex needs, our Carer Support Workers are well trained in a number of areas such as lifting, and drug administration. This means that they are a safe pair of hands during the time they are with the client.

  • We understand that clients can have multiple health issues and that makes them complex to manage

  • We have highly qualified staff with a variety of expertise that enables us to care for complex cases


We do a lot of work with children, supporting families with a variety of different illnesses. Our Carer Support Workers get involved in working with and enhancing the children’s lives through a variety of activities.

  • Support children with illnesses such as cancer

  • Support children and families of children with challenging behaviour

  • Extend the range of activities children would normally access


This is a large area of our work and an area where we have strong expertise. We understand this is a difficult time and tiring for family members and make every effort to support the clients and their carers.

  • Take over the caring role to provide respite for carers

  • Provide practical and emotional support for dementia sufferers


We currently work closely with the District Nurses to support families in this very difficult time. It is an area of work where we have a strong expertise and feel it is a privilege to support families at this time.

  • Provide comfort and support at home

  • Work together with other health professional to provide seamless care

  • Offer support for the individual, family and firends

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