Who cares? Carers cuts, mental health cuts, old age cuts (Special edition)

JOHN HORSFIELD

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Who cares? Carers cuts, mental health cuts, old age cuts (SE)
by Hearts and Minds Media
Who cares - carers cuts, mental health cuts, old age cuts compilation
Who Cares ? Young adult carers in the UK
by Hearts and Minds Media
 
 Who cares for young adult carers?
 
Exploring young adult carer’s wellbeing, mental health and isolation in the North-West of England.
This book was designed to raise awareness and understanding of the experiences of young adult carers to highlight mental health, wellbeing and isolation as a result of caring. Carers provide a life-changing support for millions of people in the UK everyday and without such individuals the country would collapse. With the increasing welfare and social cuts being felt by carers it was decided to conduct a two year in-depth study on young adult carers in a specific area of the UK and asking them directly how they are affected and changes they desire to see. The study was conducted as part of the book content to include 18 carers who were interviewed and then included in four focus group consultations; 181 carers returned a 61-item questionnaire giving their opinion on the key topic areas. The book is broken down into chapters discussing academic approaches to carers wellbeing, isolation and mental health
Mental health UK - Cuts and concerns
by Hearts and Minds Media
 
Executive overview of the impact of cuts on mental health service provision from Kings Fund Report (2016), Mental health foundation, Young Minds (2015), specialneedsjungle (2016), Mind (2014). Finally a section relating to interviews of workers and carers.
Later Life in the United Kingdom – Too old to care?
by Hearts and Minds Media
 
This Overview report highlights the charity, health and care sectors problems in exploring the voice, choice and control of older people within the UK. Now with review on pension data for 2017 (Second edition)
You will get a PDF (14MB) file.