Carers Action Plan 2018 to 2020 (DHSC / BBC News)

Summary

The Department of Health and Social Care’s action plan for carers outlines plans to support carers in England, over the next 2 years. It expands on the National Carers Strategy. It sets out 64 actions across five priority topics.

  • Chapter 1: Services and systems that work for carers.
  • Chapter 2: Employment and financial wellbeing.
  • Chapter 3: Supporting young carers.
  • Chapter 4: Recognising and supporting carers in the wider community and society.
  • Chapter 5: Building research and evidence to improve outcomes for carers.

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Reference

Carers action plan 2018 to 2020: supporting carers today. London: Department of Health and Social Care, June 2018.

Difficulties of Recently Bereaved Carers

Concerning the common plight of recently bereaved carers:

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Reference

Labhart, J. (2018). Who cares for the carer when they’re bereaved? Birmingham: BBC Birmingham and Black Country News / BBC Health News, June 11th 2018.

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