At CarersToday we aim to help those who come to us weather it be from an informal carer, employers or organisations. CarersToday has proven track record and vast experience in finding the right services and creating the right policies for you or your organisation. Below are a few of our services that we offer, if you would like to know more please contact us or click on learn more.
Respite Breaks for Carers:
We know how stressful it can be for carers and that the average carer is on their feet for more than 50 hrs a week without a break. We also know how this can impact your wellbeing and mental health which could have an impact on those around you. CarersTroday enables via our business partners seek respites, which could be as little as a weekend or a week or two, benefiting from holistic and relaxation therapies.
Carers often affected by numerous physical and mental symptoms which vary according to each individual's situational factors. These can include physical health decline as well as depression. The process of stress management is named as one of the keys to a happy and successful life in modern society. Although life provides numerous demands that can prove difficult to handle, stress management provides a number of ways to manage anxiety and maintain overall well-being.
Training for Practitioners:
CarersToday delivers essential training. We have over 20 year of experience in improving services and engagements between practitioners and Carers. We have a proven track record in identifying issues and problem solving to improve the quality of service for service users, through research, policy , commissioning and training.
Identifying carers at risk
Effective communication with carers
Building confidence & trust
Helping carers to identify risks
Recognition and Supporting Carers
CarersToday offer a broad range of expertise to aid and support your organisations, we develop policies and services that will make a change within your origination and will improve the way carers access and understand the services that are available to them.
Service helps you and your family to resolve difficult or complex matters; negotiating the complexity and bureaucracy of service systems and concerns relating to your caring role.
Training for Carers:
Training for carers is important for many reasons. You can improve your caring skills or get training for your career outside your caring role. Training can also lead to a better quality of life for you as well as the person you're looking after.
Managing work and caring
How to get the best out of your carers assessment
Developing carers self -advocacy
Negotiating services for care recipient
Developing skills in caring
Establishing a peer support groups
Preparing for meetings with professionals
What to look for when choosing a residential home