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“I feel that my caring experience helps me support other carers”

Tom volunteers with our Norfolk Young Carers Forum. The forum gives young carers and young adult carers the opportunity to raise awareness and make a difference on the issues that affect them and their families. As a young adult carer to his mum who has a physical disability, he brings a wealth of experience to […]


Research about young adult carers living with a parent with a mental illness

Young adult carers, aged between 16 and 24, are being invited to take part in an interview for a research study looking at how they feel about school. This study is part of a PhD project which is being done at Northumbria University. The PhD is aiming to get a better understanding of whether or […]


Calling young adult carers aged 16-24 – could you be a Health Champion?

The NHS England & Improvement Young Carer Health Champion programme is looking for carers aged 16-24 to join them. The Young Carers Health Champion programme was set up in 2015 to support improved health literacy, promote health and wellbeing, and develop the capacity of young carers to participate in planning and development of young carer […]