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Who are carers?
- Carers are defined as people who provide unpaid personal care, support and assistance.
- Carers include family members, friends, relatives, siblings or neighbours. Carers who are grandparents or foster carers of a child are also included as carers.
- All of these people are defined as carers regardless of the amount of care, support and assistance they provide.
- Many people who are carers may not identify themselves as such and therefore remain ‘hidden’.
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Carers longevity and strength is promoted by the support we receive.
Everyday Caring – Objectives
- Reduce social isolation of carers
- Emotional support and reassurance
- Implementation self care, fitness, health and wellbeing
- Alleviate stress, promote relaxation techniques
- Facilitate carers understanding of their role
- Insight into practical aspects of care
- Services available to carers
- Advocate for carer up-skilling programs
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