• Introduction

    Not published to students

    In your job it’s highly likely that you come into direct contact with carers.

    By carers we mean people who provide unpaid support and care to another person. They are the family, friends, partners, neighbours, and colleagues of the people you offer services to and the role they play is vital.

    If you don’t encounter carers yourself then you probably support other staff who do. This resource will help you (and the staff or students you support) to have better conversations and interactions with carers.

    The aim is to make a positive difference and improve outcomes for carers and the people they care for