The carers programme has been directed towards assisting local authorities and their partners to deliver the Carers Strategy which aimed to improve the quality and quantity of support available to carers in the South East. A major programme of training for professionals involving carers was undertaken and a number of innovative pilots supported.
- DH Programme Achievements; Carers Poster (pdf - 162Kb) (opens new window)
Poster highlighting the success and legacy of the Department of Health South East Carers Programme 2009-2011
- Improving outcomes; Carers & Personalisation Presentation (pdf - 262Kb) (opens new window)
Signposts for better practice and outcomes for carers DEC 2010 South East
- Recognised, Valued & Supported Key Messages; Carers Presentation (pdf - 176Kb) (opens new window)
Keys Messages from the update to the Carers Strategy
Carers and Personalisation Event
- Carers & Personalisation Improving Outcomes 2011; Carers Presentation (pdf - 873Kb) (opens new window)
- Carers UK A Legal Perspective; Carers Presentation (pdf - 198Kb) (opens new window)
- Evaluation of Carers and Personalisation Event (doc - 378Kb) (opens new window)
Write up of the Carers and Personalisation Event, held 17 February 2011 to support local authorities in the region to work in partnership with health and voluntary care to improve the delivery of the Carers and Personalisation agenda. The event was facilitated by the Department of Health and Carers UK. DAS, Local Authority colleagues, and two carers were also involved in speaking and leading workshops on the day.
Carers demonstrator site Brighton and Hove
Carers Awareness Training Toolkit
- Carer Awareness Training Core Moduels Presentation (pdf - 16.57Mb) (opens new window)
- Carers Awareness Training Additional Modules Presentation (pdf - 14.88Mb) (opens new window)
- Carers Awareness Training Case Study (pdf - 84Kb) (opens new window)
- Carers Awareness Training Toolkit (pdf - 1.09Mb) (opens new window)
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