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Carers Awareness - webinar

Time: 1.30pm to 3.30pm

Purpose

This course will help you play your part in helping Young and Adult Carers have the same life chances as others.

  • Evidence shows that carers provide 96% of care in Wales and save the Welsh services over £8billion. In spite of this important role, Carers can have poorer health, education and financial outcomes than the non-carer population but early identification of carers and support can change this. 
  • By thinking carer, thinking family, you can help carers care and get the most out of life.

Principles

Identifying, signposting and supporting in a way that is

  • Person centred
  • Focuses on a person’s strengths as well as challenges
  • Focuses on outcomes / solutions that are important to the person

Learning objectives/outcomes

  • Gain and overview of who young and adult carers are
  • Gain an overview of the law in relation to young and adult carers
  • Explore how to identify young and adult Carers in your role
  • Develop ways to recognise value and support young and adult Carers in your role
  • Find further sources of information and support

Please book your places via email pwbotu(at)powys.gov.uk 

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Carers Awareness - webinar

Time: 1.30pm to 3.30pm

Purpose

This course will help you play your part in helping Young and Adult Carers have the same life chances as others.

  • Evidence shows that carers provide 96% of care in Wales and save the Welsh services over £8billion. In spite of this important role, Carers can have poorer health, education and financial outcomes than the non-carer population but early identification of carers and support can change this. 
  • By thinking carer, thinking family, you can help carers care and get the most out of life.

Principles

Identifying, signposting and supporting in a way that is

  • Person centred
  • Focuses on a person’s strengths as well as challenges
  • Focuses on outcomes / solutions that are important to the person

Learning objectives/outcomes

  • Gain and overview of who young and adult carers are
  • Gain an overview of the law in relation to young and adult carers
  • Explore how to identify young and adult Carers in your role
  • Develop ways to recognise value and support young and adult Carers in your role
  • Find further sources of information and support

Please book your places via email pwbotu(at)powys.gov.uk