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Why we are supporting unpaid carers

There are many reasons why there is a rise in unpaid carers, such as our ageing population, people living longer, and local budget cuts.

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Paul’s story

Paul’s daughter, Amie, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Amie and her sons had to move in with Paul and his wife for essential support.

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Avril and John’s story

Avril has been caring her husband for about four years now. He has dementia, but he is also diabetic and is a double leg amputee.

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Doreen’s story

Doreen was a carer for her husband for four years before he passed away in 2019 from Alzheimer’s disease. Caring for him was distressing for both of them.

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Pam and Derek’s story

After Pam’s stroke, her husband, Derek took the role of her primary carer. As Derek’s health also started to deteriorate.

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Angela’s story

In September 2017, Angela’s mother was diagnosed with lung cancer. She moved herself and her two boys into her home, so she could be her full-time carer.

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Carer Aware project supported by London Freemasons

London Freemasons donated £48,000 to help Carers UK launch the Carer Aware project which will support 5,000 unpaid carers in London.

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Better Lives 9: Summer 2021

The Summer 2021 issue of Better Lives magazine focuses on different kinds of families.

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RMBI Care Co. the reunions

After a long year with limited contact, RMBI Care Co. residents and staff are delighted to have begun welcoming visitors back into their Homes.

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Supporting children’s mental health

Poor mental health sees an individual experience difficult thoughts, feelings and reactions which may reach a point at which they are unable to cope.

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