We have been successful in a funding bid to provide Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and family support to carers aged 11 to 24 years. The project is now underway and new staff-member Emily McIver along with Jess Tomori (above), who previously managed the young adult carer service, will be working with carers and their families […]
Would you like to know more about our work with unpaid carers? Our Annual Report and Accounts are now available to view, including summaries from our Chair of Trustees Rosemarie Temple and CEO Carole Zagrovic, as well as the highlights of our support and advice services for carers of all ages in York.
“I first came across York Carers Centre when I was searching for support groups for people with a loved one with an addiction as my Dad’s alcohol addiction had got out of control. I’ve been attending the Substance Misuse Support Group on zoom and I haven’t looked back since; the group has been a saviour […]
In June it’s Carers Week, a national, annual campaign which raises awareness of caring and recognises the essential contribution carers make to our community. It also helps people who don’t think of themselves as having caring responsibilities to identify as carers and access much-needed support. Carers in our city have faced many new challenges this […]
Young Carers Action Day, and the experience of being a young carer. Words provided with thanks to our volunteer D This years theme is, ‘Protect Young Carers’ Futures’ There are a variety of impacts of being a young carer. Here at York Carers Centre, we recognise that there are many positive impacts that the caring […]
Welcome to our January to March 2021 newsletter for unpaid carers in York. Click to open it here. In this edition find out about: Support for parent carers Balancing work with care All of our upcoming hubs and sessions – including yoga, mindfulness and weekly hubs. Please get in touch if you need us.
We’re delighted to announce that York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, has been awarded our Carer Friendly Employer Charter by committing to support members of their workforce who have caring responsibilities outside work. One in six working carers give up work because the challenge of juggling their work and caring responsibilities simply becomes too much. […]
It’s Carers Rights Day in November, and this year we’re focussing on Carers Rights in work, a frequently asked topic. For many carers, holding down a paid job alongside their caring responsibilities can be complicated and stressful and they may consider that giving up work is the only option. Knowing your rights and having the […]
In this 24 minute film specially made for Carers Trust’s conference, renowned broadcaster Andrew Marr discusses the future of caring in the UK with Professor Saul Becker. Saul Becker is an academic, social scientist and social worker. He is known for his work on young carers and is regarded as a world expert in the […]