About Us

We are an independent charity which has been providing local support to carers for over 13 years.  We offer emotional support, carer’s assessments, practical information and advice, social activities and events, a strong voice for carers, support groups, and drop-in and home visit support through our outreach services to carers aged 5 to 105, living anywhere in the borough of Solihull.

We have grown and developed over the years and now have become the lead agency for supporting carers of all ages!

Solihull Carers’ Centre is a Network Partner of the Carers Trust and have recently achieved their Centre of Excellence status.



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The Team

Hello, we are the team that make up Solihull Carers Centre.  You may know some of us but for those of us you don’t, we’d like you to know who we are and what we do. Brandon  Scott-Omenka, Chief Executive Officer Senior Management Team: Hazel Evans, Adult Team Manager Gina Ward, Young Carers Team Manager Chris …

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Our Trustees

Like all charities Solihull Carers Centre has a management board of volunteer trustees. Their role is to oversee the charity, ensuring that it works for the benefits of carers in Solihull, is financially sound and operates within the law. A viable board of trustees is essential to maintain our charitable status.   This demanding role is very rewarding …

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Our Privacy Statement

Your privacy is important to us at Solihull Carers Centre.  This privacy statement provides information about the personal information that Solihull Carers Centre collects, and the ways in which Solihull Carers Centre uses that personal information. Personal information collection Solihull Carers Centre may collect and use the following kinds of personal information: information about your …

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BME Carer Project

Solihull Carers Centre had commissioned a volunteer led project into “Increasing Solihull Carers Service uptake amongst BME Carers in Solihull”. It was a volunteer led project undertaken by our Volunteer Research Assistants. BME Carers are currently underrepresented nationally and also locally in the Solihull Borough. The research project aimed to identify and address the unique needs …

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