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  • Briefing

    UK

    Autumn Statement 2022 briefing

    30 November 2022

    This briefing sets out the most relevant announcements for unpaid carers from the Government’s Autumn Statement 2022, held on Thursday 17 November 2022.

  • Report

    UK

    Carers Rights Day 2022 report

    23 November 2022

    Our research report Cycles of caring: transitions in and out of unpaid care has been published by Carers UK in collaboration with the Centre for Care at the University of Sheffield, to coincide with Carers Rights Day 2022. Authored by Dr Maria Petrillo, Professor Matt Bennett and Professor Gwilym Pryce, the research found that over the period 2010-2020:

  • Report

    UK

    State of Caring 2022 report

    08 November 2022

    On 8 November 2022, Carers UK published its State of Caring 2022 report. Each year, Carers UK carries out a survey of carers to understand the state of caring in the UK. A record number of carers and former carers shared their experiences this year, with over 13,400 carers taking part in the survey. 12,424 of these are currently providing care. This makes this the largest State of Caring survey carried out by Carers UK to date. The report contains a snapshot of carers’ experiences in 2022,&n

  • Report

    UK

    Heading for Crisis: caught between caring and rising costs

    19 October 2022

    New research by Carers UK reveals that family members caring round the clock for loved ones who are older, disabled or seriously ill are being plunged into debt and struggling to afford food and bills during the cost-of-living crisis. A survey of more than 12,400 current unpaid carers found that one in six (16%) are now in debt as they try to manage their monthly costs.

  • Report

    UK

    The experiences of lesbian, gay and bisexual carers during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic

    26 September 2022

    New research by Carers UK has shown that caring during the pandemic may have been particularly difficult for lesbian, gay and bisexual carers. The findings are revealed in the report The experiences of lesbian, gay and bisexual carers during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, the charity’s analysis of unpaid carers’ responses to surveys conducted during the pandemic. Unfortunately, due to a small sample size, we were unable to look at trans carers. However, our analysis found that lesbian, gay and bisexual carer

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