The public consultation into the proposed East Sussex County Council (ESCC) funding cuts for carers services has now ended. What happens now? Read more
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Important news for carers:
East Sussex County Council has announced it needs to make £10 million in cuts to adult social care funding, £422,000 of which is due to be made by reducing funding of services for carers.
A 10-week public consultation on the cuts ended on 25 April 2018. You can make your views known by contacting your local councillor and MP.
In June, Care for the Carers marked Carers Week 2017 and celebrated the important contribution East Sussex unpaid carers make to their families and communities.Read more
Care for the Carers wants your opinion on carers' rights.Read more
Volunteers participating in the National Citizens Service (NCS) – a UK Government voluntary personal and social development programme for 15 to 17 year olds – have been raising funds to help support young adult carers in East Sussex.Read more
Carer for the Carers' Partnerships Manager Teresa Flower and writer in residence Evlynn Sharp joined retired nurse Janet Hardacre at the launch of her new book Taking Care of People with Dementia.Read more
Care for the Carers provides training courses and activities, such as pamper days, the Carers Toolkit and a trip on the Bluebell Railway, for carers across East Sussex throughout the year.Read more
Download a toolkit from Sense charity, which helps disabled people and their families make decisions about future care and support.Read more
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Jennifer Twist, CEO of Care for the Carers, is asking for carers across the county to speak out about the £17 million of cuts to local services agreed by East Sussex County Council on 6 February.Read more
The public consultation into the proposed East Sussex County Council (ESCC) funding cuts for carers services has now ended. What happens now?Read more