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Caring webinars

We have a range of webinars related to caring issues which are available for you to listen to.

Led by our own team of services experts and specialist partners, each webinar is designed to be an informative session with tools, ideas and routes to gain further help and advice should you need it.


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Aids, Adaptations, Assistive Technology and Mobility Equipment

Linda Eades, Head of Caring Services, is joined by John Brown and Paul Cushen from Midshires Mobility Group, Stuart Butterfield from Canary Care, and Pam Pardy, Senior Grants and Support Officer from our Help and Advisory Services Directorate, to talk about assistive technology equipment for anyone who may need it.

Dementia, Depression and Delirium

Join the Life Story Network and TIDE for an exclusive webinar on dementia, depression and delirium tailored to unpaid carers. This session will cover the inter-relationship between dementia, delirium and depression, the early identification of delirium and depression in people living with dementia in their own homes, and how to ask for the right treatment and support.

Advocacy with Voiceability

Join our Head of Caring Services, Linda Eades, in conversation with Julie Allison from the Voiceability charity to learn more about advocacy, and how it can help you. Advocacy is free, independent support to involve you in decisions about your health, care and wellbeing.

Launch of our Digital Carer's Passport and Statement Tool

In conjunction with Carers’ Rights Day 2020, The Charity for Civil Servants is proud to announce the launch of our new Digital Carer’s Passport and Statement Tool service. The tool will help you reflect on your caring responsibilities, how they impact your day to day life and the sort of support that would be helpful to you. Join us to learn more.

Carers and Dementia
Getting Your Point Across

Join us for World Alzheimer’s Month as we team up with TIDE and Lifestory Network to deliver the last of a three-part series of learning sessions for carers of people with dementia.

This session will help people feel more empowered when getting their point across. It can be really useful for preparing to meet with professionals such as health or social care staff. You will learn how to make your case effectively and manage your emotions at the same time. We will explore how to prepare, deal with, follow up and even make complaints if required. You will understand more about rights and the approaches you can take to improve issues with services.

Carers and Dementia
Living Grief and Bereavement

Join us for World Alzheimer’s Month as we team up with TIDE and Lifestory Network to deliver the second of a three-part series of learning sessions for carers of people with dementia.

Working with carers; TIDE have developed online resources providing information and approaches to living with grief. They recognise that this is a unique experience when caring for someone with dementia.

Carers and Dementia
You Can't Pour from an Empty Cup

Join us for World Alzheimer’s Month as we team up with TIDE and Lifestory Network to deliver the first of a three-part series of learning sessions for carers of people with dementia.

This session is about how carers can manage and maintain their wellbeing as best possible. Carers will gain advice and tips that can help with various issues that affect wellbeing.

Dementia and End of Life Care

Head of Caring and Health Services, Linda Eades, is joined by Sharron Tolman, Consultant Admiral Nurse at Dementia UK to talk about dementia and end of life care.

Dementia and the Acute Hospital

Dr Emily Oliver, RMN, PhD Consultant Admiral Nurse, will outline the dementia pathway during an admission to hospital, exploring common barriers to a good hospital experience and identifying resources and interventions that can help to improve this.

Making Care Visible

Join our Head of Caring and Health Services, Linda Eades, as she talks to partner organisations Carers UK and Employers for Carers about our collaborative working, the support available from the Charity and how carers are supported at work.

Understanding Dementia, Prevention and Diagnosing Well

Listen to Consultant Admiral Nurse Beth Goss-Hill from our partner charity Dementia UK talking about understanding dementia, ways of preventing and diagnosing well.

Carers Rights Day

Carers and Care Needs Assessments

Many carers are unaware of their right to have their support needs consider. This webinar looks at how carers can be supported through a Carer’s Assessment and how the people they care for can be supported through a Care Needs Assessment. It directs you to the relevant legislation, informs you of the type of support available and how to access the assessments.

Carers Week

Information for Carers

Listen to this special webinar during Carers Week to learn more about how important access to the right information at the right time is for Carers, and how you can access and support others to access our new digital resources.

Dementia Awareness Week

Let's Talk About Dementia

Listen to this special webinar to hear from our Head of Caring and Health services, and our partners Dementia UK, discussing Dementia and its impact on those with the condition as well as those around them.

World Autism Day Special

To mark World Autism Day, listen to this special webinar to understand more about autism and what it means for work and relationships – and discuss practical support that can be helpful. Joining us will be Emily Bawtree, Head of Training, Development and Consultancy for Ambitious about Autism.

Caring – For Carers and their Managers

Watch this webinar on Caring to explore the range of issues faced by Carers and the kinds of support available to them.

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