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Without support, taking on a caring role can mean facing a life of poverty, isolation, ill health and depression. For the person they care for it can mean costly hospital or care admissions if the caring relationshipI work in:Location:
Network Partners, carers’ organisations and mental health service providers can now promote the Triangle of Care to carers, professionals and service users with these specially designed leaflets and posters.I work in:
Young carers are likely to be bullied more than their peers and it is common for them to be bullied because of their caring role.
Around a third of young carers care for someone with a mental health condition. Many young people who care for someone with a mental health problem go identified and unsupported. Identifying these young carers may be more difficult because the illness is less visible.
College is an important step for young people to access both the workplace and higher education.
Here are some examples of what you can do to support young adult carers at college.
Going to university gives young people the chance to become independent, carve out their own identity and get the skills they need to embark on their chosen career.
Here are some examples of what you can do to support young adult carers university.
Guidance on some of the challenges young adult carers face in employment, including a young adult carers experiences of employment.
Young carers exist because someone in their family network requires their support. Caring for a family member or friend can be a positive experience for a young person which can strengthen family relationships and build a young person’s life skills and maturity.