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01782 664391


Health2Works Limited, Brampton Business Centre, 10 Queen Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme, ST5 1ED


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Rally Round

What does it do?
Rally Round enables carers to create a secure, online support network of family and trusted friends to help them organise and spread out their care responsibilities. Everyone in the network can create, view and volunteer to complete “tasks” to help out, these can range from manual jobs such as housework or gardening, to more care related jobs such as dressing or feeding, to simple social visits. There is also a secure space for chat and sharing information.

Who is it for?
It is for anyone caring for someone at home, regardless of his or her age. It works best if you have relatives or friends to invite to the network and if you are familiar with phone or computer use.

Simply go to the website on your computer, phone or tablet and you can sign up straight away. Either yourself or the person you are caring for must have a Bradford District postcode.

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Address: Health2Works Limited, Brampton Business Centre, 10 Queen Street -Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire?ST5 1ED

Telephone: 01782 664391



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