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Hampton College awarded Carer Friendly Tick Award again

Hampton College has once again been awarded Caring Together’s Carer Friendly Tick Award – Education, in recognition of their continued work to identify and support carers. Lynda Johnson, wellbeing and early intervention coordinator, Hampton College, said the college had been supporting young carers for over ten years. She added, “We have worked with outside organisations […]

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Holt Youth Project awarded Carer Friendly Tick Award again

  Holt Youth Project has once again been awarded Caring Together’s Carer Friendly Tick Award – Communities, in recognition of their continued work to identify and support carers. Vicki Alford, senior youth practitioner at Holt Youth Project said the project cared passionately about young carers and their unique role, and added: “Having the Carer Friendly […]

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Ormiston Venture Academy awarded Carer Friendly Tick Award again

Ormiston Venture Academy has once again been awarded Caring Together’s Carer Friendly Tick Award (Education), in recognition of their continued work to identify and support carers. Owen Cooper, head of student support, Ormiston Venture Academy, said the academy had a large number of young carers and know how important it is that they are able […]

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Upcoming activities for young carers and young adult carers

  At Caring Together we offer a range of activities for young carers and young adult carers. These include sessions where you can socialise and get to know other carers who are your age, have some fun, develop new skills and make contributions to ‘carer voice’ work – your chance to raise awareness of carers […]

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Ormiston Victory Academy awarded Carer Friendly Tick Award again

Ormiston Victory Academy has once again been awarded Caring Together’s Carer Friendly Tick Award (Education), in recognition of their continued work to identify and support carers. Ange Water, assistant principal for SEND and Inclusion, Ormiston Victory Academy in Costessey, Norwich, said the award was a “public nod to our young carers to let them know […]

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Upcoming activities for young carers and young adult carers

  At Caring Together we offer a range of activities for young carers and young adult carers. These include sessions where you can socialise and get to know other carers who are your age, have some fun, develop new skills and make contributions to ‘carer voice’ work – your chance to raise awareness of carers […]

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Upcoming activities for young carers and young adult carers

At Caring Together we offer a range of activities for young carers and young adult carers. These include sessions where you can socialise and get to know other carers who are your age, have some fun, develop new skills and make contributions to ‘carer voice’ work – your chance to raise awareness of carers and […]

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Young Carers Alliance

More than five years on from the introduction of formal rights for young carers, and young adult carers, thousands of children and young people are still being negatively affected by the impact of their caring responsibilities. These impacts can be on their education, health and wellbeing, opportunities available to them, and other areas of life. […]

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Upcoming activities for young carers and young adult carers

At Caring Together we offer a range of activities for young carers and young adult carers. These include sessions where you can socialise and get to know other carers who are your age, have some fun, develop new skills and make contributions to ‘carer voice’ work – your chance to raise awareness of carers and […]

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Upcoming activities for young carers and young adult carers

At Caring Together we offer a range of activities for young carers and young adult carers. These include sessions where you can socialise and get to know other carers who are your age, have some fun, develop new skills and make contributions to ‘carer voice’ work – your chance to raise awareness of carers and […]

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