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Gwent Adult Carers Operational Group

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 wider Third Sector, we pledge to work together with carers as our focus now and always.

Commitments

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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• 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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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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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 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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As a surgery we recognise the importance of our carers and the caring roles they undertake. We have a dedicated Carers champion as well as the GP Carers Engagement Service, that offers practical and emotional support to any carers within ...
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The Practice can highlight Carers and offer them support and signpost them to appropriate support agencies. We can also offer Carers appointments that will be convenient to themselves as a Carer, we appreciate that they are very busy and it ...
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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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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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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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