Our new report, written by Centre for Care colleagues Kate Hamblin and Rachael Black, looks at unpaid carers in South Yorkshire and their use of, and access to, digital technologies and online services.Read more about Digital exclusion and unpaid carers in South Yorkshire
Centre for Care researcher Becky Driscoll provides an update on our recent contributions to government inquiries and committees, relevant to social care and unpaid carers.Read more about Contributions to committees and inquiries (January- March 2023)
Rachael Black draws together the discussions from the Future of Care North conference centring on the care workforce, including the changing nature of the role and the potential opportunities this could bring when encouraging people to join and remain in the sector.Read more about The Future of Care Work?
A new CARE MATTERS podcast episode hosted by Dr Rachael Black, with special guests Liz Naylor and Chris Sterry, exploring the ‘invisibilities’ of Social Care.Read more about CARE MATTERS podcast- The Invisibilities of Social Care: perspectives from unpaid carers
Centre for Care researcher Becky Driscoll provides an update on our recent contributions to government inquiries and committees, relevant to social care and unpaid carers.Read more about Contributions to committees and inquiries (August-October 2022)
To coincide with the Talk Money Week campaign, Louise Overton, Rachael Black and Becky Driscoll explore the impact that reducing, or stopping, paid work to care for a friend or family member can have on a person’s immediate and long-term financial wellbeing. Plus the knock on effects for long term savings and pensions.Read more about Juggling work and care: the impact of reducing work on financial wellbeing
The Centre for Care team submitted evidence from May to July 2022 to five wide-ranging government inquiries relevant to social care and unpaid carersRead more about Responses to calls for evidence (May-July 2022)