This episode of the Care Matters podcast is dedicated to Katie Mountcastle 1967, 2022. A much loved and missed daughter, sister and friend.
The Invisibilities of Social Care: perspectives from unpaid carers
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To coincide with the House of Lords report published today- A “gloriously ordinary life’’: spotlight on adult social care– we are pleased to release a new podcast episode, looking at some of the invisibilities of social care from the perspective of unpaid carers.
The Centre for Care Impact Specialist, Dr Rachael Black, met with unpaid carers Liz Naylor and Chris Sterry to discuss the ‘invisibilities’ of Social Care. Drawing on their experiences, they explore the misunderstandings and stigma attached to Social Care, and share their thoughts on how Social Care could be changed to improve wellbeing amongst those giving or receiving care.
About our guests
Liz Naylor is a full-time unpaid carer and sits on the equality objectives panel and the expert panel of Sheffield Carers Centre.
Chris Sterry is an unpaid carer and trustee of Sheffield Mencap and Gateway. Chris also sits on the expert panel of Sheffield Carers Centre.