A digital place for people who access services, carers, staff and partner agencies, to share ideas around care co-ordination & care planning in mental health

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A Caring Mind

20141107_143004_2If you are a carer or have recently been one, I guess you are at least aware of some of the difficulties carers can face. If you are a new to the caring world then feel free to wander around my blog site, which is usually dedicated to carers helping to support those suffering mental health difficulties. My site also touches on other subjects like awareness, events and learning more about mental health and psychology, but for now I want to delve into a topic on what defines a carer.

Now do not get me wrong, its very hard to pin down the core essence of a carer, mainly because there are so many different types of carers, for instance young carers, those caring for physical aliments, sibling carers and many more. What I would like to point out is something I have noticed from my own experience of caring…

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Dr Sally Pezaro

This is the research blog of Dr Sally Pezaro. Sally is 'The Academic Midwife' working to secure excellence in maternity services. Specialist interests include maternity services, workforce and midwifery research.



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