SEPTEMBER 2022 Carer and Mental Health news <- read more news items here
For the September edition on caring and mental health we have
How is the cost of living crisis affecting unpaid care? – Report that looks into the struggles unpaid carers are facing.
State of Caring conference 2022 – Carers UK conference with updates and campaigns, plus a chance to network with other carers.
Whiteness and Race Equality network. Training opportunities to increase participation in peer review – Conference at how race operates in the research and publication. For more details, check my ethnic carer forum update for September.
Allied Health Professions (AHPs) Deliver: Implementation Framework – The framework gives guidance on how the AHPs strategy for England: should be applied during the five years of its lifespan, 2022-2027.
‘London, You Good?’ NHS campaign launches to encourage young people to seek help for mental health problems : West London Health Trust – Campaign to encourage young people to come forward for support early and potentially prevent experiencing a mental health emergency
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For this month’s edition we have
How Carers Can Face A ‘Tsumani Of Loneliness – Lorraine – Interview about how carers battle loneliness
Unpaid carers continue to suffer poorer health- with some groups adversely affected – Carers UK – Carers UK’s report into how specific groups of carers have their health affected, which I was honoured to contribute
MP Caroline Ansell joins group to support carers’ rights – MP Caroline Ansell joins the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for carers, which has been rebooted by Dame Caroline Dinenage.
One week in… – Carers Trust – Carers Trust’s new CEO Kirsty McHugh writes a blog on what she has learned so far regarding unpaid carers. She also talks about Carers Trust recent survey, which I have also included in my newsletter.
Radical action needed to tackle racial health inequality in NHS, says damning report – Report on what is needed to tackle “overwhelming” minority ethnic health inequalities in the NHS.
I also have news updates from CQC’s response to new chair, Liberal Democrats carer campaigns, Joint Committee meeting on Human Rights and mental health, Black Health Matters – Psychosis, Therapy and Black Communities discussion and many more.
You can learn about the above and more by clicking on the link below.
February Carer news