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Care Act 2014 - Carers Fact sheet

Information for carers


Parent Carer Forum Information

 If you have a child or young person from 0 to 25 with a disability/and or additional needs then this information is for you.   PCF leaflet and  membership form


Caring for people with Dementia

Booklet which provides useful information about caring for someone with dementia.

caring for people with dementia

Planning Care

Recovery Care Programme Approach

The Recovery Care Programme Approach – R.C.P.A. – is the process by which an individual’s health and social care needs can be assessed, so that their care and support can be planned, delivered and reviewed by the person, their relatives [carers] and the professionals involved (more)


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The Main Mental Illnesses & Disabilities

The following summaries of the most common mental illnesses provide a brief insight into the main features of each one and are not intended to be viewed as a comprehensive source of information. For more details on a particular illness, please refer to the section on useful contacts.

Dealing With Difficult Behaviour


DEFUSION: is a term for verbal and non-verbal ways of reducing tension.

These tips work – they were developed from practice and experience.

The more you try these tips the better you will become. (more)

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