Diverse Cymru

Diverse Cymru recognises that caring is an important issue that affects our staff, volunteers and clients and that carers play a vital role within our communities. We commit to ensuring that all staff and volunteers are aware of carers, the issues they face and the support available to them locally. We commit to ensuring that carers are valued, listened to and supported within our service.

Commitments

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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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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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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As an unpaid carer, I know how challenging caring for someone can be. I also know how rewarding it can be when you have the right support. Therefore, I commit to continue working to create Carer Friendly Communities. I also ...
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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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I appreciate and value the role of unpaid carers being one myself and will raise awareness of this issue and also the rights, together with support available to help carers.
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The Mapping, Education & Carer Service (MECS) within ABUHB is a newly formed team consisting of dementia coordinators from various professional backgrounds, based within Gwent. One of the main aims of the service is to promote and facilitate carers’ education ...
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We commit to raising awareness amongst our staff, stakeholders and residents to ensure that people understand what an unpaid carer is, the issues they face and the vital role they play within our communities. We also commit to ensuring that ...
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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 actively ...
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I fully recognised the role that unpaid carers have and I commit to fully support any carers to access the right support from the appropriate organisation. It’s tough right now, and carers deserve a full carer friendly community that ...
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