Welcome again to another one of my carer blog posts. On this particular post I am going to talk about networking with carers. When I talk about carers, I am talking about unpaid carers, I am not mentioned care workers who work for a care agency. Care workers are paid and have clients, carers are unpaid and care for someone they are related to or emotionally attached or at least know.
Welcome back to my first blog post for July, I want to focus this post on why people care in the family or why I think people care due to my own perspective. This blog post will focus on caring in the family. Now I have been a carer for my close relatives for over 16 years and I think I have picked up a few words of wisdom along the way.
Welcome back to my blog site. It has been a while since I did a post about carers, so this time I thought to raise an important topic. This topic will be on the use of referring carers.
What is it like to live with someone suffering from a mental illness? I felt it was about time to do a quick write up about the situation. This time I decided to collaborate with someone living through a mental illness in order to get their views.
The collaboration was from an experience mental health survivor Jessica Temple who has her own YouTube Channel.
We both did a video where I talk about my role as a carer and Jessica who is from the States talks about her experience as a Care Taker.
Hello everyone to welcome another blog post for February. I usually do carer awareness videos and mental health videos. You can check out my blog site, which has more information about mental health and carer awareness information.
Feel free to also check out my newspaper and my Twitter channel, I also have an audio site which has podcasts. However should updated that soon.
Hi everyone. Welcome to another one of my carer videos. Although my videos are mainly there to raise awareness of mental health and mental health carers, I hope all who view them find such videos educational. As a note, a carer is someone unpaid who is caring for a relative, friend or neighbour. Carers usually care for someone who is unable to care for themselves and they do not have to suffer old age difficulties.
Welcome to another blog post by mental health carer Matthew Mckenzie. It has been a while since I last posted a blog, but I have been quite busy working on my new online newspaper. I have also been busy with my caring role and I certainly admit it has not been easy, never is that role easy.
Anyway, what i want to do is raise awareness of the caring role. I want to try and lay things down straight and be as honest as possible, after all families and carers deserve this don’t they? Just in case I have not made myself clear. A mental health carer is someone (unpaid) who looks after someone they care about who is suffering mental illness, distress or problems.