Acting on someone else's behalf
It can be difficult to know where to start if you need to look after a relative's or friend's affairs when they need a lot of support or are unable to manage their own.
This section explains different ways to navigate the system and how to get support and assistance from service providers. We also introduce different options around planning for the future to enable you to feel prepared to make the right decisions when necessary.
Carers' tips sheets
Majority of unpaid carers worry about whether their loved ones are getting good nutrition and hydration
Carers UK is releasing research which uncovers a lack of confidence in how to address malnutrition and under-nutrition amongst unpaid…
Carers UK responds to the Chancellor’s Spring Budget
Today’s Spring Budget was unveiled by The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rt. Hon. Jeremy Hunt MP. Carers UK is disappointed…
Carer Poverty Coalition responds to the Chancellor's Spring Budget
On behalf of the Carer Poverty Coalition, Emily Holzhausen OBE, Director of Policy and Public Affairs at Carers UK, said:
Carers UK responds to 2022 NHS Staff Survey results
Responding to the results of the 2022 NHS Staff Survey, Helen Walker Chief Executive of Carers UK said
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