The Care Collective has launched it’s brand new website – take a look at thecarecollective.wales

 

 

Community Furniture Aid

At Community Furniture Aid we continued to be aware of important role carers undertake every day.
We will take every chance to promote this campaign that is close to our hearts

Commitments

We recognise that caring is an important issue that affects some of the young people at Cathays High School. We commit to ensuring that the carers within our school are appropriately identified and will receive support and mentoring in school. ...
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We commit to recognising that caring is an important issue that affects our staff, volunteers and members, and that carers play a vital role within our community. We commit to ensuring that all staff and volunteers are aware of carers, ...
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We recognise that caring is an important issue that affects our staff, clients and their family members. We also recognise that carers play a vital role within our communities. We commit to ensuring that all staff and clients’ families are ...
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I commit to highlighting carers, the vital roles that they undertake and ways in which they can be supported throughout our communities. Listening to carers from all areas of our communities to ensure that their voices are heard, their needs ...
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St Joseph’s RC High School, Newport, commits to the importance of raising awareness and vital support of our young carers and their families through a considered and researched ten-point plan of action. The intention is to deliver better outcomes, ...
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I commit to raising awareness of carer's issues at every opportunity through my work for CTSEW and through my social network.
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Newport City Council recognise that unpaid carers play an important role within our communities. We commit to ensuring that carers are recognised, valued, listened to and supported within our services. We promote carer issues within our workforce so that staff ...
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I commit to helping other professionals and organisations recognise and support unpaid carers in their communities; whether customers, staff, volunteers, service users. I commit to making communities more Carer Friendly!
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The Dementia Friendly Communities project for Cardiff and the Vale commits to being Carer Friendly. It will achieve this by identifying unpaid carers as part of interactions with service users, volunteers and partners based within Cardiff and the Vale, signposting ...
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I commit to continue working with carers to ensure their voices are heard, they have a life alongside caring and work with other professionals to develop initive services to support the ever changing needs of carers.
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