Improving Integration of Carer Support: Toolkit To Assist Identification and Assessment of Carer Health and Wellbeing (NHS England)

Summary

NHS England, in cooperation with numerous partners, has produced a new “Integrated Approach to Identifying and Assessing Carer Health and Wellbeing” toolkit. This is the latest component of their ongoing Commitment to Carers.

The toolkit includes a template Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) to assist local partners in working together when supporting carers.

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Commitment to Carers – improving carer health and wellbeing. London: NHS England, May 17th 2016.

See also

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Carers toolkit. London [Online]: NHS England, May 2016.

This relates to:

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An integrated approach to identifying and assessing carer health and wellbeing. Leeds: NHS England Patient Experience Team, May 16th 2016. Gateway Publication Reference No. 05231.

Possibly also of interest:

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Care is where the home is – Dr Mahiben Maruthappu. London: NHS England, May 17th 2016.

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