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Katy Styles Jun 17
may have ended for another year but caring doesn’t. So to all of the decision makers who said their priority was or pledged to support & recognise we’re here all week, every week. And to all those that didn’t now is the time to
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Martin Smith Jun 14
Joint stand at GH with Age Uk, celebrating Carers Week. Lots of interest from patients, staff and Carers. Promoting all things caring including UHL Stay with Me and Carers Charter....
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Lizzie Adams Jun 14
Often first port of call for support is the Without people caring for their family and friends, health and social care would crumble! identify Carers earlier can prevent crisis situations
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Margaret Dangoor Jun 14
At the Royal Society of Medicine spoke about 91 yr old discharge. What is the point of the the NHS Acute care ship throwing the patient over the side without at least summoning the lifeboat of community care (or even a neighbour)?
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Tracy 💜 🇮🇪 🇳🇴 Jun 17
Sooo...last week was and I just saw a tweet from an org saying what a successful week it was. I'm trying to figure out how it was successful?
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WorcestershireCarers Jun 14
How amazing is our Carers Choir ? The renamed 'Carers Chorus' peformed at our afternoon tea yesterday and blew everyone away with how upbeat and fantastic they were
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Val Carers Leeds Jun 15
Its a wrap! is over...and as a budding Poet Laureate. ..my reflections...you'll be impressed at this hidden skill I know... ( I think I've had too much sugar )
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Disabled Children's Partnership Jun 15
As draws towards a close, please support parent-carers of disabled children by signing our open letter to the government asking them to fill the £434million hole in funding for social care for disabled children and their families.
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Department of Health and Social Care Jun 16
We're launching a £5 million Carers Innovation Fund to invest in creative ideas that can help build carer-friendly communities. More info 👉
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Nichola Kinane Jun 14
Rowan & Cedars patients really enjoyed watching these lads from Active Youth Zone today & they even got up dancing afterwards.
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Rethink Mental Illness Jun 16
Our carers service in Bristol provides advice, guidance and support for people who are caring for a family member or friend who is living with mental illness. Find out what carers groups and services we have near to you by heading here >
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Blackpool Carers Jun 17
A whopping £1466.27 was raised at our on Saturday! Our Fairy Godmother Terri worked her magic! 🧚‍♂️ Thanks to all who supported, volunteered & joined us!
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Andy Parsons 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 14
Great day at Keighley Civic Hall as we said “Thank You” to those unsung heroes of health & social care - the carers
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Scottish Fire and Rescue Service – Your Safety Jun 16
•alcohol dependency •mobility issues •due to health reasons less able to react or understand a situation If you have fire safety concerns about someone you care for please tell them about our Home Fire Safety Visits & submit a referral:
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Nerys Sales Jun 15
Reflecting on . Me & my brother in this pic, who's no longer here. He was and always will be my hero. I helped care for him as he became ill. I'm proud to work for who work tirelessly to make life better for carers.
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dan white Jun 27
We are: Parents carers Nurses Doctors Lawyers Warriors Campaigners We are community We would rather just be parents There has to be a change for us & our children
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SANE Jun 15
Dan writes about the pressures of caring for his disabled daughter, sharing how the lack of support is putting more and more mental strain on families like his.
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MND Association Jun 16
Our Connect Helpline offer support to carers of those with motor neurone disease including emotional and practical support, info about how we can help you and sign postings to useful organisation. Call 0808 802 6262 or email mndconnect@mndassociation.org 💬
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Corin Pilling Jun 16
Marking the end of , I was invited to to shine a light on those who can be hidden in plain sight. Let’s ensure those that care, and those receiving care are seen & known. Together, let’s build churches & communities where everyone can take part.
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Irwin Mitchell Jun 16
As draws to a close, we'd like to share a video of Kit, a client from our campaign. Kit depends on his carer and they have built up an amazing relationship over the years; playing, having fun and watching Manchester City win together.
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