Carers rights and how to advocate for yourself

Your rights as a carer and how to speak up for yourself more effectively   Caring can be rewarding but also very isolating. You may not know about what your legal rights are, what help may be available and what you can ask for, how to ask, or indeed who to ask....

West Wales Population Assessment Survey 2021

Population Assessments must be undertaken every five years, with input from people who use services, unpaid carers and colleagues in the third and independent sectors. The next West Wales Population Assessment is due to be published at the end of March 2022 and work...

Supporting unpaid carers in the workplace

Join Carers Wales to find out how they can support you to become a workplace carers’ champion or establish a carers’ network With 1 in 4 people in the workforce juggling paid employment with unpaid caring responsibilities and numbers increasing, it is...

Returning to the workplace training for unpaid carers

Are you an Unpaid Carer wishing to find employment/re-enter the workplace? Carers Wales & Chwarae Teg have training sessions for you Carers Wales, in partnership with Chwarae Teg, welcome all female unpaid carers to join us for our bespoke virtual workshops and...