Gwent Regional Partnership Team

We recognise and appreciate that carers of all ages make a vital contribution within society. We continue to respect and value carers views, their experiences and expertise and to involve carers in the planning and delivery of our services. We will work with staff across the partnership to help identify and support carers at the earliest opportunity. To help achieve this we support the Carer Friendly Scheme and will continue to encourage other teams and services to commit to becoming carer friendly in their workplaces.

Commitments

The Dell Primary School commits to continuing to raise awareness of young carers across all staff teams and pupils, and support young carers and their families in our school community.
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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 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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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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We recognise that caring is an important issue that affects our staff and pupils and that carers play a vital role within our communities. We commit to ensuring that all staff and pupils are aware of carers, the issues they ...
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I commit to raising awareness of carers of all ages, I recognise the value that carers bring to the community and the selfless acts they provide on a day to day basis. My role within CTSEW has a focus on ...
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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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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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We commit to ensuring that all First Campus staff are aware of Young Carers and Young Adult Carers and the issues they face, in particular the impact that caring responsibilities can have on their education. We commit to providing inspirational ...
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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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