Find the available resources on young carers
“Care2work” ΕΘΝΙΚΗ ΕΚΘΕΣΗ ΓΙΑ ΤΟΥΣ ΦΡΟΝΤΙΣΤΕΣ ΝΕΑΡΗΣ ΗΛΙΚΙΑΣ ΠΟΥ ΑΝΗΚΟΥΝ ΣΕΕΙΔΙΚΕΣ ΕΘΝΙΚΕΣ ΚΑΙΕΘΝΟΤΙΚΕΣ ΟΜΑΔΕΣ
Country: Greece Language: Greek Name of resource: “Care2work” ΕΘΝΙΚΗ ΕΚΘΕΣΗ ΓΙΑ ΤΟΥΣ ΦΡΟΝΤΙΣΤΕΣ ΝΕΑΡΗΣ ΗΛΙΚΙΑΣ ΠΟΥ ΑΝΗΚΟΥΝ ΣΕΕΙΔΙΚΕΣ ΕΘΝΙΚΕΣ ΚΑΙΕΘΝΟΤΙΚΕΣ ΟΜΑΔΕΣ Format: National research Purpose of the resource: information/awareness Download the resource: http://www.care2work.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Cover_report_care2work-GR.pdf
Provides support and advice to young people in asking an adult for help.
To raise awareness on young carers, to help young carers identify themselves
Helping carers understand their rights under the Carers (Scotland) Act 2016.
Communication with family and friends is key – listen to your loved ones about the support they need.
The importance of talking to children about mental illness in an understandable and acceptable manner, in this case through a illustrated story.
Fratelli e sorelle nella disabilità. Risorse, consapevolezze e opportunità. (Brothers and sisters in disability. Resources, awareness and opportunities.)
Raising awareness on the point of view of young carers with a brother or a sister with a disability
The negative impacts of caring must be considered, not only in families but also with all professionals working with carers.
Provides answers to questions young people may have on the disease, including what support is available for young carers.
Country: GreeceLanguage: EnglishName of resource: HELP WANTED? PROVIDING AND PAYING FOR LONG-TERM CARE © OECD 2011Format: Policies to Support Family CarersTarget group: family carersPurpose of the resource: information/awarenessCopyright: © OECD 2011Download the resource: https://www.gerolib.gr/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=1033:politikes-yposthrixhs-gia-toys-atypoys-frontistes&Itemid=212&lang=el
Involving and Supporting Cares and Families: an educational framework and learning resource for GPs and primary care teams (2014)
It is important that primary care teams are aware of the problems that carers face, and practices are organised to identify carers, involve them in patient care where appropriate, and support them to maintain the caregiving situation.
A workshop to improve wellbeing for children of parents with mental diseases
To provide information about coping processes
Guidance for families with cancer.
Guidance for the whole family, showing how all family members are affected by the disease
Speaking about cancer with children.
Raising awareness on a family dynamic in which a mental illness develops.
Guide for young people on an illness in their family, including symptoms, risks, medication.
Whatever challenges caring brings, Carers Scotland is here to support you.
Practitioners must listen to young people and take their views seriously. They must also include young people in key decisions and communicate.