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When Caring Ends

by Editor

Looking after someone may be a large part of your life, but it is inevitable that your caring role will change over time. This may be because the person you…

Research: The State of Caregiving (UK) 2013

This research from Carers UK indicates that one in three full-time carers get no practical support. Launched to coincide with its landmark policy conference, the State of Caring 2013 report…


Work + Care: Carer Stories

Decisions about staying in the workforce, or returning to work, need careful thought. Two carers at different life stages share their experiences. After almost 30 years of caring full-time for…


Middle Age Spread

It’s the typical mid life sandwich: ageing parents on one side, growing kids on the other, you spread thin in the middle and feeling the squeeze. Here is advice from…


Interview: Wellbeing At Work, with Carl Stent

Carl Stent understands the needs of carers and employers in the workplace.  He has studied and observed interactions between employers and carers returning to the workforce, and says extraordinary results…

Carl Stent

Helping Working Carers and Employers

Meet Dame Caroline Waters, Director of People and Policy for BT (British Telecom). When visiting New Zealand, Caroline talked about the benefits flexible working offers employers, carers, the government and…

Caroline Waters