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All the staff at Coleg Gwent aim to both support and inspire all our young adult carers to ensure they will be empowered by high quality teaching to learn, achieve, and progress as rounded, confident individuals.
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The staff and governors of St Cyres School recognise that caring is an important issue that affects some of the young people at our school. We commit to making sure that the carers within our school are appropriately identified and ...
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We commit to treating carers with understanding and trying our best to accommodating their responsibilities.
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We recognise that caring is an important issue that affects our staff, volunteers and clients. Our staff know about the issues carers may face and the local support available to them. We will actively help people understand who carers are ...
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We commit to working hard to ensure young carers are recognised and identified. We will make sure they are offered the support they deserve. We pledge to make sure they are recognised for the valuable contributions they make to their ...
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I commit as an “unpaid carer” to my husband to continue to care for his needs until my last breath….❤️ regardless of how worn out I am.
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My name is Carol Taplin and  I am the Lead Chaplain in the Grange University Hospital. I pledge to, on request to provide pastoral, spiritual or religious support to any carer of any faith or none, or to signpost them ...
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My name is Maria Perkins, and I am a Community Engagement Support Worker for Families First in Blaenau Gwent. I pledge to work hard to ensure young carers are identified and are offered the support they deserve and are recognised ...
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