With 24/7 availability, Ask Bridgit is an easy-to-use, non-judgmental, and confidential resource that offers practical ideas, local services, and online resources to support unpaid family carers in the UK.
Ask Bridgit is available on WhatsApp, and you can access it anytime, anywhere. To get started, simply message Ask Bridgit on WhatsApp and answer a series of questions about yourself, your challenges, and your needs. Based on your responses, Ask Bridgit will generate personalised support plans that include practical ideas, local services, and online resources.
As an unpaid family carer, you face unique challenges that can impact your overall well-being. Ask Bridgit provides you with personalised support plans that can help you address these challenges and improve your overall well-being. Plus, Ask Bridgit is available 24/7, so you can access support whenever you need it.
Ask Bridgit is easy to use on WhatsApp, even if you're not tech-savvy. Ask Bridgit guides you through a series of questions and provides personalised support plans based on your responses. Plus, it's confidential and non-judgmental, so you can feel comfortable discussing your challenges and concerns with us.
Ask Bridgit provides personalised support plans that are tailored to your individual needs. With Ask Bridgit, you'll get practical ideas, local services, and online resources that are designed to help you manage your caregiving responsibilities and improve your overall well-being.
Ask Bridgit is available 24/7, so you can access support whenever you need it, from wherever you are. Whether it's the middle of the night or the middle of a busy day, Ask Bridgit is always here to help.
Ask Bridgit can connect you with local services and resources that are available in your area. Whether you need help finding respite care, accessing financial support, or connecting with other carers in your community, Ask Bridgit can provide you with the information you need.
Access carer advice
Ideas to try
Solutions to help you in your caring role
Support in your home
Local organisations to help
Help caring for someone with dementia
Ideas for you and them
For any inquery please get in touch