Coronavirus (COVID-19) and North Tyneside Carers’ Centre Tuesday 19th May 2020 Earlier today the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported that almost 40,000 people have died with Covid-19 in England
Coronavirus (COVID-19) and North Tyneside Carers’ Centre – Monday 11th May 2020 Following Boris Johnson’s announcement last night, we recognise that many carers will feel confused and have more questions
From memory puzzles to traditional arcade games, The Health Innovation Network has produced a guide of online resources for those providing care for people with dementia. Particularly useful for lockdown
Source: Carers UK National charity Carers UK has launched its latest digital innovation for unpaid carers in a drive to recognise their valuable skills and experience. The interactive e-learning programme, Learning
Source: National Autistic Society The Government has announced plans which could improve the health and wellbeing of autistic people across England. The plans include: honouring their commitment to make sure all
North Tyneside Carers’ Centre, is celebrating after being awarded almost £200,000 in National Lottery funding. These funds will enable us to continue supporting unpaid carers across North Tyneside, as well
Source: Carers UK Unpaid carers are unable to see a doctor because they can’t get a break from caring, according to damning new figures published by national charity Carers UK. One in three carers looking after
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