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Carers' stories

There are around 7 million carers in the UK. That's one in ten people. And three in five people will be carers at some point in their lives. These blogs from unpaid carers are personal views.

 If you're a carer and would like to share your story, please email tdillon@carers.org.

Life, Loss, Learning Legacy Project - Carers' Stories

A video storytelling, coaching and peer conversation project that supports people to produce and share their own video stories; celebrate formative life experiences; share how they have coped with experiences of loss with peers; and better understand the learning and legacies taken from their life experiences.

Watch the stories