Carers Trust Scotland and College Development Network (CDN) have joined forces to help improve support to over 12,000 student carers in Scotland, who are studying alongside providing unpaid care for a family member or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or addiction problems.
The government has today announced its Adult Social Care Winter Plan to curb the spread of Coronavirus in care settings.
Carers Trust responded to the Health and Social Care Select Committee inquiry into workforce burnout and resilience in the NHS and social care in light of the Coronavirus crisis.
From 2021 onwards, we are changing the name to Young Carers Action Day. We will be working with a group of young carers to ensure Young Carers Action Day 2021 features activities that will encourage real action and drive positive change for young carers.
Carers Trust would like to wish its President, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, a very happy birthday. Princess Anne, who celebrates her 70th birthday on Saturday, has shown unwavering support for the cause of unpaid family carers since 1991.
See our response to the Health and Social Care Select Committee inquiry into social care funding and workforce.
Carers Trust Wales in partnership with all universities and Reaching Wider partnerships in Wales have released Going Higher: A Carer’s Guide to Universities in Wales, a valuable, useful publication for carers of all ages considering higher education.
Mae Ymddiriedolaeth Gofalwyr Cymru mewn partneriaeth â phob partneriaeth Estyn yn Ehangach yng Nghymru wedi cyhoeddi Mynd yn Ymhellach: Arweiniad i ofalwyr i brifysgolion yng Nghymru, cyhoeddiad gwerthfawr a defnyddiol ar gyfer gofalwyr o bob oed sy’n ystyried addysg uwch.