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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. To reflect the Scottish context, the Triangle of Care has been adapted to suit the Scottish legislation, initiatives and policies around dementia.
Carers Trust Wales and the Royal College of Nursing have explored an adaptation of the Triangle of Care to meet the needs of carers of people with dementia in acute hospitals in Wales. 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.
Carers Trust Wales’ report, ‘Experiences of unpaid carers caring for someone with dementia’, draws on the contextually rich narratives of carers of people living with dementia. Individual interviews were conducted during the pandemic.
Mae adroddiad Ymddiriedolaeth Gofalwyr Cymru, ‘Profiadau gofalwyr di-dâl yn gofalu am rywun â dementia’, yn tynnu ar naratifau cyd-destunol gyfoethog gofalwyr pobl sy’n byw gyda dementia. Cynhaliwyd y cyfweliadau yn ystod y pandemig.
Mae’n bleser gan Ymddiriedolaeth Gofalwyr Cymru lansio’r adroddiad newydd “Adroddiad: Gofalu Am Rywun Sy'n Byw Â Dementia”. Mae’r adroddiad hwn wedi’i ddatblygu fel rhan o’n prosiect i sicrhau bod mwy o ofalwyr hŷn yn cael eu nodi a’u cefnogi, mewn partneriaeth ag Age Cymru ac wedi’i ariannu gan Lywodraeth Cymru.
Developed for Carers Week 2021, these resources for GPs and those working within primary healthcare settings aim to identify older carers at key points of contact. Although these resources were developed specifically for carers week, they can be used at any time to help carers, particularly older carers, to identify themselves to primary care professionals.
Carers Trust Wales are please to launch the new report “Supporting Carers of People Living with Dementia”. This report has been developed as part of our project to increase the identification and support of older carers, in partnership with Age Cymru and funded by Welsh Government.
Carers Trust Scotland is part of an Erasmus+ funded Together: A Whole Family Approach for Young Carers project, with partners based in Belgium, Germany, Greece and Italy. The project aims to raise awareness of young carers and to support them and their families.
Nod yr adnoddau hyn ar gyfer meddygon teulu a’r rheini sy’n gweithio mewn lleoliadau gofal iechyd sylfaenol, a ddatblygwyd ar gyfer Wythnos Gofalwyr 2021, yw nodi gofalwyr hŷn yn ystod pwyntiau cyswllt allweddol. Er i’r adnoddau hyn gael eu datblygu’n benodol ar gyfer wythnos gofalwyr, gellir eu defnyddio ar unrhyw adeg i helpu gofalwyr, yn enwedig gofalwyr hŷn, i roi gwybod i weithwyr gofal sylfaenol proffesiynol eu bod nhw’n ofalwyr.
Gofalwyr Ifanc mewn Ysgolion Offer Canllaw Cam wrth Gam (Cymru)/Supporting Young Carers in Schools: A Step-by-step Guide for Leaders, Teachers and Non-teaching Staff Wales Edition (Welsh language)
Designed with teachers and schools staff, the Young Carers in Schools Step-by-step Guide for Leaders, Teachers and Non-teaching Staff, helps make the identification and support of young carers in schools in primary and secondary schools in Wales as easy as possible. The Guide and tools are available in English and Welsh.