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Carers – Have your say on the proposed Cambridge congestion charge

Making Connections 2022 – a Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) consultation on proposals to transform the way people travel in, out and around Greater Cambridge is now open. The proposed changes which include a congestion charge, could have a big impact on unpaid carers. We want to ensure that you have your voice heard, and can raise […]

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All welcome to the launch of the Carers Identity Passport

Do you care for a family member or friend in Norfolk? Or are you a health or care professional that works with people that do? If you are, Carers Voice Norfolk and Waveney are inviting you to the online launch of the Carers Identity Passport on Carers Rights Day on Thursday 24th November, 2pm – […]

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Do you care for someone with autism?

Do you care for someone with autism? Is going to the doctor or being admitted to hospital a worrying experience for them? Autism Bedfordshire invite you and the person you care for to their listening group for autistic adults in the East of England, ‘Hear Me, See Me’. The ‘Hear Me, See Me’ online Zoom […]

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Do you care for a family member or friend or support those that do?

The East of England Association of Directors of Social Services (ADASS) is inviting you to their free annual online carer’s event “Connection, Purpose and Meaning” on 6 December from 9.50am to 2.35pm. The event will give you an opportunity to: Hear what it’s like for carers, carer organisations and local authority commissioners across the East of […]

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Have your say on proposals on travel around Greater Cambridge

Making Connections 2022 – a Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) consultation on proposals to transform the way people travel in, out and around Greater Cambridge is now open. We believe the proposed changes could have a big impact on unpaid carers. We want to ensure that you have your voice heard, raise concerns and ask questions that […]

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Do you have an interest in shaping mental heath services?

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) has an exciting opportunity for eight members of the public with an interest in mental health to join its council of governors. Nominations close at 5pm on Monday 24 October, so if you would like to stand for election to help shape services provided by NSFT in Norfolk […]

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Coming out of hospital checklist

If you’re caring for someone who’s had to go into hospital, it’s vital that you are consulted, involved and given the right information and support by health and social care professionals. This will help you look after the person safely when they leave hospital. Carers UK have put together a simple checklist to help summarise […]

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Let’s Talk – have your say on the future of local health and care services

Do you live, work or study in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough?  Would you like to influence the next five years of local health and wellbeing services? Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Integrated Care System invite you to share your views in a short questionnaire in their ‘Let’s Talk: Your health and care’ campaign.  The questionnaire covers a wide […]

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Your vote could make a huge difference for Peterborough carers!

We know that many unpaid carers experience loneliness, low self-esteem and stress as a result of their caring role. We have an opportunity to provide additional support to carers in Peterborough to help improve their mental health through counselling, befriending and wellbeing events – but we need your help We have been shortlisted for funding […]

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Planning for an emergency – have peace of mind

If you are caring for a family member or friend, knowing you already have a plan for how you will manage in an emergency can help alleviate unnecessary stress. Caring Together can support you with a What if? Plan for if something happens to you. This covers situations when you are unable to look after […]

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