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Freedom of Information request reveals unpaid carers seeking replacement care for loved ones subjected to a postcode lottery Hundreds of thousands of carers going without enough sleep or seeing a doctor Give carers a break if we truly want to improve our social care system Unpaid carers are unable to see a doctor because they can’t get a break from caring, according to damning new…
 This article by Woman&Home, citing Carers UK research, contains useful advice and tips for carers on getting the help they need. Just the idea of a close friend or family member being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s can strike fear into many of us. But, if you’re one of the 700,000 informal carers in the UK looking after someone at home, that nightmare is your daily reality.…

Dementia Carers Count Event

Tuesday, 10 September 2019
You are invited to celebrate the achievements of our first year and look ahead at our plans for the coming months Come to hear our carers' stories and the research demonstrating why our courses work. An event to connect with dementia family carers, our team and the people behind our services. Please join us on Thursday 19th September 2019 Time 9am - 11am Venue The…
At Nationwide (EfC member), we know people achieve more together than they can alone. Being a building society, this is one of the things that sets us apart from our competitors. That said, delivering on our ambitions and living up to our values is no small task; we need to make sure our people, all 18,000 of them, can bring their whole selves to work.…
Working with the organisation Great Places to Work, a consultancy specialising in workplace culture, Carers UK have created a report that focuses on supporting carers at work. It highlights the challenges facing people juggling work with care and looks at ways employers can develop a workplace culture that supports them. The report, Supporting Working Carers: A Growing Challenge, includes research on the increasing number of…