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New Census data sheds light on older, working and young carers

Emily Holzhausen, Director of Policy and Public Affairs at Carers UK

More figures from the 2011 Census are giving us a deeper understanding of the changes to our society and how carers are managing within that. Carers UK had to campaign for the question on carers to be included in the 2011 Census. It seems inconceiveable now when we have this set of data that we would not have this solid planning basis for national policy, practice and the law and locally where anyone plans and delivers services and support now and into the future.

Supporting loved ones through end of life care

Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Executive of the Social Care Institute for Excellence

My Gran died at home at the age of 93. Her last few days were sad and difficult for everyone in the family, but we know that she died peacefully where she wanted to be. While formal services played their part (health, housing and social care) what really made the difference was the dedicated, day-in, day-out care and support from my aunt and uncle who lived close by.

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