was awarded to
Carers Trust Cambridgeshire

Wednesday 23 August 2017

Big Lottery Fund

This project aims to support people in informal, unpaid and family caring roles to improve their well-being, mental health and ability to cope. It will be particularly aimed at supporting carers aged 60 plus, through a range of methods including developing peer support services. Carer Ambassadors will also be recruited to use their direct first-hand experience of being a carer to educate social care professionals to be more aware of the specific issues faced by older carers.

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  • Big Lottery Fund
  • Health, Education, Environment and Charitable Expenditure
  • 2017
  • ST. IVES
  • Huntingdonshire
  • Eastern
  • Huntingdon
  • Eastern

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