Tag Archives: Combining Work and Care

Review of Factors Influencing Carers’ Quality of Life (Alzheimer’s and Dementia)

Summary A review of literature on the factors likely to influence the quality of life for family carers of people with dementia discovered ten broad themes: Demographics. Carer-Patient Relationship(s). Dementia Characteristics. Demands of Caring. Carer Health. Carer Emotional Well-Being. Support … Continue reading

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The Living Conditions of Unpaid Carers in the UK: the State of Caring 2017 Report (Carers UK)

Summary The latest “State of Caring 2017” report reveals that four in ten of unpaid carers in the UK have not taken a break in over one year, and that one in four carers had not had a day-off from … Continue reading

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Pilots to Support Carers Remain in Paid Employment (Department of Health)

Summary Nine pilot areas will be involved in discovering how to help carers balance work and their caring responsibilities. The pilot areas will explore how technology (such as smart phones, social media and email alerts) can be used to ease … Continue reading

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Working Group to Help Families Combine Work and Care (Department of Health)

Summary Paul Burstow, Care Services Minister has announced a new working group, combining representatives from government and employers, to help support carers in their efforts to stay in work alongside their unpaid caring responsibilities at home. This statement appeared, as … Continue reading

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