The repeal of Part 4A goes some way toward redressing the problems of paying family carers and corrects an injustice that should never have happened, say the Carers Alliance and Carers NZ.
Almost 700 carers completed the Caring In Lockdown survey.
COVID-19: New Zealand is now at Level 1 – Prepare.
We are regularly updating our info for carers.
We Care Kiwi
With IHC, Carers NZ has launched wecare.kiwi to help carers and people living alone get through COVID19. It’s free and easy to register, and we will assist however we can with a helping hand or listening ear – check-ins, practical support, pickups and dropoffs, helping to access what you need to stay safe. We know that although lockdown has eased for the majority of New Zealanders, if you are caring for someone, you may still be having to keep to your own bubble. If you prefer to talk to us, call our helpline – 0800 777 797 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The new Carers’ Strategy Action Plan for 2019-2023 has been launched.
IACO the international network of carer organisations has released its global report on the state of caregiving in 9 countries. This landmark report is on global carer priorities, featuring policies…
The New Zealand Carers Alliance contracted Synergia to undertake a review and analysis of New Zealand’s flexible funding models notably Carer Support and Individualised Funding and its variants. The resulting…
Over half of people caring for a loved one with dementia and cognitive performance issues are overwhelmed, while many also say they are finding themselves feeling “distressed” or “angry”. Data…