ABUHB Chaplaincy Service

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 to more appropriate support, according to their individual needs.

Commitments

I commit to helping carers believe in themselves and to support them in any way I can. Referring them on to relevant services to help them get the best support
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Really thinking about who in my team is a carer, sharing support and information with them. Offering flexible working, understanding, empathy, support, information, guidance etc on an individualised basis. I will promote policies and documents that support carer friendly conversations ...
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As part of my role working with carers I have discovered that each carer experiences different challenges, rewards and barriers and therefore needs tailored support from all aspects of their community. I commit to working to encourage the community to ...
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I commit to identify who are young carers in our school. Since attending young carers training I understand who actually are young carers. I commit to ensuring that all staff are aware of our carers, the issues they may face ...
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We commit to identifying those of our patients who are carers, and provide them with all the support they need to care for the family members or friends they look after.
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The All Wales Forum of Parents and Carers recognises the incredible value of unpaid carers in our society and represents the collective voice of families in Wales who care for people living with learning disability. We commit to always recognise ...
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We commit to being carer friendly, and working as a collaborative group to constantly improve support to carers at a practical level. As the group contains representation from all five Gwent local authorities, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and the ...
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Carers can be found in all walks of life and each is as important and valued as the next. We commit to always supporting carers, whatever the circumstance, but also to acknowledge and recognise the huge role they place in ...
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I recognise and value the role of unpaid carers within my community. I commit to raising awareness of carers, their rights and the support available to them. I commit to supporting my community to be Carer Friendly and will encourage ...
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I commit to supporting people in my local community to become aware of what it means to be a carer and what support is available to them as part of their caring role.
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