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carer

(ˈkɛərə)
n
(Social Welfare) social welfare a person who has accepted responsibility for looking after a vulnerable neighbour or relative. Usual US and Canadian term: caregiver See also caretaker3
Translations
skrbnikstrežnik

carer

[ˈkɛərəʳ] N (professional) → cuidador(a) m/f (de atención domiciliaria); (relative, friend) persona que cuida de un incapacitado

carer

[ˈkɛərər] n
(unpaid) (= relative) [invalid, old person] personne qui s'occupe d'un proche
to be the main carer of a child → avoir la garde d'un enfant
(paid) [child, invalid, old person] → aide mf à domicile

carer

nim Sozialbereich Tätige(r) mf; the elderly and their carersSenioren und ihre Fürsorgenden
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The award is Carers Scotland's highest level of recognition and builds on the University's 2018 award of Carer Positive 'Established' status'.
UNPAID carers are seven times more likely to be lonely compared with the general public, new figures suggest.
MSP for Renfrewshire South Tom Arthur held a Celebrating Carers in Scotland event at the Scottish Parliament to marked the 25th anniversary of Carers Week and the fifth anniversary of the Carer Positive Employer Initiative.
Where senior management is able to demonstrate understanding and empathy of the carer's role, other employees feel safe to open up about caring responsibilities.
When a partnership group was formed between Quarriers Aberdeenshire Carer Service, Aberdeenshire Council, SAMH Cultivate - MyLifeDynamic project and Friends of Aden Country Park, they decided to take on the challenge of restoring the garden.
In a recent Hafal survey, only 63% of carers said that they had been offered a carer's assessment.
"Being a carer can be difficult and isolating, so speaking to someone who knows what they are going through can make a big difference.
Dr Valerie Gant has donated all the funds raised by her book, Working with Family Carers, to be shared equally between the Carers Trust and Carers UK.
A quantitative approach was used in a study investigating assessment of the negative psychological and physical effects (carer burden) of caring for a family member with Alzheimer's disease.,.
Eligible carers will get a supplementary payment of PS221, equivalent of an extra PS8.50 per week, an increase of 13 per cent on Carer's Allowance from the Department of Work and Pensions.
"By registering as a carer with your GP practice, they may also be able to offer flexible appointments, yearly health checks and flu jabs."