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

 

 

Tracy Purnell

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 encourage others to do the same.

Commitments

The staff and governors of St Gwladys Primary School recognise the important role of Young Carers. We are happy to make a commitment to continue supporting our resilient, empathetic and resourceful young people who play a key role in our ...
Read more
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 ...
Read more
Working within the health and social care sector for 17 years, you would have thought I’d seen it all by now… I haven’t and that’s because each carers life, situation and support needs are unique and different from ...
Read more
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 ...
Read more
I am constantly surprised by the incredible work of unpaid carers, and the humility they display about their work. I firmly believe in Carer Friendly and would encourage everyone to support this brilliant initiative.
Read more
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!
Read more
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.
Read more
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 ...
Read more
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 ...
Read more
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 ...
Read more