New figures suggest that there are now more than 130,000 people in Devon who are carers, the figure having risen by half again because of the coronavirus pandemic. Worryingly though, just 21,000 of that number – roughly only one inaaa
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Kieran* has been caring for his mother since he was a small child. She has complex mental health problems, including depression and anxiety, and needs a lot of emotional support as well as help with cooking, cleaning, paying bills. Aaaa
A pioneering new project that supports unpaid carers has been heralded nationally and is shortlisted for a prestigious care award.
With GCSE and A-level results days approaching quickly and many young people across the county thinking about the next steps in their careers, Devon County Council and NHS Devon Clinical Commissioning Group have launched the latest Proud to Care Devonaaa
The Fleet care home in Dartmouth, formerly known as the Riverview, is the latest facility to be used to help relieve pressure on Devon’s NHS hospitals.
Councils are identifying accommodation that could, if required, be turned into temporary care facilities for people when they’re ready to leave hospital, to relieve pressure on the NHS.
Residents are invited to have their say on Devon County Council proposals to allow care and health professionals to use yellow lines restrictions when visiting clients at home.