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    Refreshing The Carers Strategy for Wales consultation

    15 November 2012

    The Welsh Assembly Government has launched a Consultation Document to seek views on the draft refreshed Carers Strategy for Wales. The last strategy was reviewed in 2007 and significant advances have been made since then, including the Carers ...
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    Promoting Progress in Primary Care

    04 July 2012

    As part of Carers Week, Wales Carers Alliance, (a grouping of 16 national voluntary organisations working together to improve the lives of carers) and the Royal College of GPs (Wales) held a joint reception in the Assembly attended by senior ...
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    Carers Strategies (Wales) Measure 2010

    10 January 2012

    The Carers Strategies (Wales) Measure 2010 was passed by the National Assembly for Wales on 22 September 2010 and received Royal Assent on 10 November 2010. The Carers Strategies (Wales) Regulations 2011 were approved by the National ...
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    Protecting Services

    06 October 2011

    Roz Williamson, Director, Carers Wales has during the last few months been busy meeting and setting up meetings with Directors and Deputy Directors of Social Services across all the local authorities in Wales. Given the current ...
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    Carer Involvement

    06 October 2011

    On the 21st September, the official launch took place of the Carmarthenshire Carers Forum.  The forum will provide carers with the opportunity to have their voices heard and raise issues that affect them to help inform policy ...
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    Unpaid carers save £7.72 billion a year

    12 May 2011

    New estimates, calculated by charity Carers UK and the University of Leeds, show the care provided by friends and family members to ill, frail or disabled relatives is now worth a staggering £7.72 billion every year in Wales and £119 billion ...
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