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Celebrating 25 Years of Supporting Carers

North Tyneside Carers’ Centre is celebrating 25 years as a registered charity. Over the last quarter of a century we have worked with countless carers across North Tyneside and have
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Carers UK Publish Manifesto Urging Government to Support Carers

Source: Carers UK Carers UK has published a manifesto for carers calling on all political parties to commit to improving the lives of the UK’s 6.5 million unpaid carers. The
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Government Announce Plans to Improve Autism Care and Support

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
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Public Health England Launch New Mental Health Resource

Public Health England and the NHS have launched Every Mind Matters, a new campaign focused on raising awareness of mental health and how people can take steps to look after
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Carers Invited to Attend ‘Between Worlds’ Performance at Northern Stage

Are you dealing with dementia or caring for someone with dementia? Would you relocate your family member with dementia to Thailand to receive adequate care? An original performance titled ‘Between
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Carers UK responds to new rate of Carer’s Allowance

Source: Carers UK The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions has today laid a Written Ministerial Statement in the House of Commons on changes to social security benefit and
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Carers Rights Day 2019: Information Sessions for Professionals

North Tyneside Carers’ Centre will be hosting workshops throughout Carers Rights Day targeted at professionals on Thursday, November 21. This Carers Rights Day, we hope to reach as many professionals
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Looking after someone? Know your rights.

Most of us will provide care at some point in our lives to ill or disabled loved ones. Whether caring affects your family gradually or suddenly, it is common to
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Millions of employees expected to leave jobs to provide care

New research published by Aviva suggests 2.6 million employees aged 45 and over expect to leave their jobs to care for a family member or partner. The research claims that
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Fifth fewer unpaid carers being supported by local authorities in England

22 October 2019 Source: Carers UK NHS Digital has today released 2018-19 data on Adult Social Care Spending in England, which includes support for those caring unpaid for adults. The data shows
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We’ve Launched Our New Website, Check Out Our New Look!

North Tyneside Carers’ Centre are delighted to announce the launch of our new website. Not only will this strengthen our digital presence, but it shall also provide us with a
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New Scheme Will Help People Return to Work After Career Gaps

A new project will support people who’ve had a long break from work, to care for family members for example, to take the first steps back into a career, and
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Seven Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your GP Appointment

Young carers routinely tell us that GPs can fail to recognise the health problems that arise from their caring role. Helping GPs to identify and support carers of all ages
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North Tyneside Carers’ Centre receives National Lottery funding

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
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Third of unpaid carers would use a break from caring to see the doctor

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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New Scheme Launched to Trace Missing Dementia Patients

The recently launched Herbert Protocol is a national scheme that encourages carers, family and friends to provide and put together useful information, which can then be used in the event
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Young Carers Get Their Message Across in Song

As part of our Young Carers Awareness Day, our young carers have produced two original songs in a bid to get across a very important message to young carers in

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