The Office for National Statistics (ONS) first estimates of unpaid care from Census 2021 have been released. As one of the Census topic leads, Dr Sophie John discusses the Census results and upcoming workplans on unpaid care.Read more about Census 2021; How many unpaid carers are there in England and Wales?
Centre for Care Deputy Director Matt Bennett explains why recently released Census data on unpaid carers is so important to our research and the policy landscape.Read more about Census 2021 statement
Drawing on research by Carers UK and the Centre for Care, Serena Vicario explores the process and importance of self and social identification for unpaid carers, and what systems in place, or in development, can help do this.Read more about “Am I a carer?” Why self- and social identification of carers are becoming unavoidable topics
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
To mark Carers Rights Day 2022, we have collaborated with Carers UK on a new report entitled ‘Cycles of caring: transitions in and out of unpaid care’, and added insights into the nature of unpaid care in the UKRead more about New report in partnership with Carers UK for Carers Rights Day 2022
Harriet Ann Patrick shares research findings from a recent project with the ONS, and what these findings mean for the future of researching unpaid care.Read more about Home ownership and unpaid care in England and Wales: a project with the Office for National Statistics.
A message from Centre for Care Director Sue Yeandle on carers Week 2022.Read more about Carers Week 2022
Maria Cheshire-Allen (Swansea University) is joined by Irene Mortimer (Swansea Carers Centre) and Jude Dale (Dementia Friendly Swansea) in this episode of CARE MATTERS, entitled ‘The right to be me’Read more about CARE MATTERS – ‘The right to be me’