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Welcome to the new Digital Education Hub for all staff in Scotland working with young carers in schools. These resources are for South Lanarkshire.
Welcome to the new Digital Education Hub for all staff in Scotland working with young carers in schools. These resources are for Stirling.
These resources are designed to support the training of a wide range of professionals and volunteers to identify and support young carers.
The Triangle of Care membership scheme was developed by Carers Trust and is aimed at mental health providers. The Triangle of Care describes a therapeutic relationship between the person with dementia (patient), staff member and carer that promotes safety, supports communication and sustains wellbeing.
Welcome to the new Digital Education Hub for all staff in Scotland working with young carers in schools. These resources are for West Lothian.
Working for Carers supports unpaid carers aged 25 or over to move closer to employment, with joint-funding from the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund. The first phase of the project ran from October 2016 and September 2019 and was evaluated by Ecorys.
This step, taken from Supporting Young Carers in Schools: A Step-by-step Guide for Leaders, Teachers and Non-teaching Staff, supports schools incorporate the needs of young carers in their principal school documents.
This document is designed to be used by Regional Partnership Boards, Local authorities, Local Health Boards and third sector organisations in Wales to support the identification and commissioning of good services for unpaid carers.
This resource is primarily aimed to be a guide for local government. The Children and Families Act 2014 places a duty on local authorities to take ‘reasonable steps’ to identify young carers in their area who have support needs. This resource sets out these duties and shows how local government can work with education, health and social care partners to take the steps necessary to increase identification of young carers.
A set of suggested questions for carers to think about when meeting with members of mental health teams, either in-patient or community teams.