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Digital Resource for Carers

The Digital Resource for Carers brings together a number of specially designed digital products and online resources, to help organisations provide comprehensive information and support for carers.

With demand for care rising as budgets are being squeezed, we are all looking for effective and affordable ways to improve the lives of carers.

We aim to use our 50 years' experience to help organisations deliver quality support services that will help carers manage caring responsibilities alongside work and family life.

We believe that technology has a vital role to play in supporting carers and digital solutions can prove both cost effective and highly beneficial.

That is why we have developed our Digital Resource - a suite of digital products and online resources to help you get the best results for carers.

To find out more about the Digital Resource for Carers or to discuss your specific requirements contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Download our Digital Resource guide here

 

Find out more about the Digital Resource for Carers below:

Your Caring magazine

Our quarterly members magazine, Caring, brings together the latest news, features, products and information from Carers UK. 

We produce it in a digital version by default - if you'd like to share it in hard copy, get in touch.

Caring 49 Summer 2018

49 Caring July 2018In this edition carer and Carers UK supporter Suneta tells us what motivated her to run the London Marathon. In addtion we also:

  • Say goodbye to Chief Executive Helena Herklots
  • Take a look at the Carers Action Plan
  • Take a look back at Carers Week 2018

 Read on our Joomag platform or open PDF file below.


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Caring 48, Spring 2018

Caring48In this edition we focus on working carers. Sometimes managing the responsibilities of work and care can feel like juggling plates. We look at how carer friendly employees can help to lighten the load. Also includes an 'ask the expert' column about Universal Credit.

- Carer Passport
- Work and Care
- Partnership with the UK's larges Hindu Temple network
- 2018 creative Writing Competition launch

 Read on our Joomag platform or open PDF file below.


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Caring 47, Autumn 2017

caring magazine 47 2017This issue features the winners of our Creative Writing and Photography Competition and a report on our patrons’ Great Wall of China fundraising trek. Also includes an ‘ask the expert’ column on Attendance Allowance payments.

  • Creative Writing and Photography Competition
    Great Wall of China fundraising trek
  • Carers Passport schemes
  • Your stories
  • A Carer’s Guide to positive thinking

Read on our Joomag platform or open PDF file below.


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Caring 46, Summer 2017

 46 Caring July 2017Caring can happen to us at any time. As Margartet found out, when caring happens in later life in can have it's own unique challenges. This issue also includes: 

  • Improving recognition for carers
  • Carers Week 2017
  • Carers Breaks campaign
  • Ask the expert: financial help when caring ends

Read on our Joomag platform or open PDF file below.


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Caring 45, Summer 2017

Caring45Taking a break from caring can be something of a fantasy for many carers. This issue has a feature length piece about taking a break, including an 'ask the expert' column on respite care. 

- Carers breaks: refusing to take no for an answer 
- Campaigning for carers' breaks 
- Getting organised with professionals 
- Technology solutions for carers
- Ask the Expert: Replacement care

Read on our Joomag platform or open PDF file below


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Caring 44, Spring 2017

Caring44We consider what it is to belong as a carer. As part of this issue Gaia Holmes shares her prize winning poem 'I belong Here' and Helen Page puts together a carer's guide to sharing the load.

- Creative writing competition - winning entries
- Sharing the load
- John's Campaign to extend hospital visiting rights 
- Technology solutions for carers
- Ask the Expert: Juggling work and care

Read on our Joomag platform or open PDF file below


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  • Course list

    Let us bring our expertise to you with our in-house training courses – a cost-effective option if you have a a group of staff to train, or a few organisations in your area with shared training needs can group together.

    We have a range of courses to choose from and can tailor course content to the specific needs of your organisation.

    All delegates who attend a Carers UK in-house training course will receive a written copy of the training materials including course notes, activities and the powerpoint slides used during the course. A certificate of attendance is also provided for each delegate.

  • Policy ENG

    Browse our policy documents below, using the filters on the right to focus your search.

  • Policy UK

    Browse our policy documents below, using the filters on the right to focus your search.

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