Husband, Partner, Dad, A survey of the experiences and needs of male carers – Carers Trust Report

Posted by on September 9, 2014 in Active & Supportive Communities, Home Page, My Support My Money | 1 comment

 This report looked at the experiences and needs of male carers and highlights the need for support for informal carers. Over half (53%) of the male carers surveyed felt that their needs were different to those of female carers, many citing that men find it harder to ask for help and support and that balancing work and caring is challenging, particularly if they are the main earner.

 Read the report

Source: The Kings Fund Health Management and Policy Alert 17.07

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  1. After working from age 14 to 61 paying Tax and insurence my small Carers allowance was stoped and told to pay back over £400,the reason for stoping was that I was already getting another benefit ,this was turned out to be,My old age pension!!! disgusted 83year old

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