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Celebrating and supporting young carers

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Hand reaching for another hand

Fatima Khan Shah, unpaid carer representative in the NHS West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership, knows from personal experience that caring can be extremely rewarding. It can also impact on our health and wellbeing in dramatic ways - and at any age. On Young Carers Awareness Day she considers the ways we can improve identification, care and support for our thousands of young carers..

Supporting carers to prepare for the future

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Last week, unpaid carers and their supporters celebrated Carers Rights Day. Good friend of this blog and tireless campaigner for improved support for unpaid carers, Fatima Khan-Shah, returns with a new post explaining why this day matters. There are 6.5 million carers …

Making the Carers Charter a reality: from vision into practice

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“Caring for friends and family can be tough, especially if you’re a sandwich carer,” explains Fatima Khan-Shah, the driving force behind a new Carers Charter now launched in the Kirklees area. “You may be caring for your parents in law or your children …

Effective support for carers must be built on trust and understanding

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'Caring can be a mixed blessing', says Fatima Khan-Shah, Chair of Investors in Carers, as she introduces a Carers Charter - an initiative designed to help carers and organisations understand each other in the pursuit of improved support for carers, their families and …