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Photos from our recent carers event

Sally Glancy and Levi Habashanti were the hosts of the event, with Sally saying “It was really lovely to see everyone and they all know that we are here to support carers in Luton all year around”. The event was attended by over 40 carers and partners with 17 stands from organisations including East London NHS Foundation Trust, CHUMS Young Carers Service and Total Wellbeing Luton. Read all about the event and see the photos…

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Download your copy of the Luton Carers’ Handbook

We just updated the free Luton Carers’ Handbook. It’s full of important information and useful tips including: Carer’s assessments, respite breaks for carers, benefits and money, employment support, end of life care, information on medications and health conditions, useful local and national contacts plus a handy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and answers section…

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How to use mindfulness to help your mental health as a carer

Mental health is something that’s become a lot more visible recently. There are now numerous campaigns and initiatives focusing on bringing mental health to the forefront of public attention. There’s also been an increase in people speaking about their own experiences, whether that be through social media or other platforms, which has helped many begin

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Working while being a carer: The 7 steps every carer/employee needs to know

Being a carer can be hugely time-consuming. You might find it hard to fit work around your caring responsibilities, but most people need to support themselves financially at some point in their lives.  Working while being a carer is not easy, but we’ve put together this guide to help you find the perfect balance between

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5 minute guide to high blood pressure or hypertension

There are millions of adults who have hypertension. You may be one of them, but you probably don’t know it yet. Many people suffer from hypertension without knowing it. Although this type of high blood pressure is usually harmless and symptomless, it can cause serious health problems if left untreated. We’ll cover everything you need

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