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Supporting people who provide unpaid care for adults with health or social care needs

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A quick guide to help social care practitioners support people who provide unpaid care for adults with health or social care needs. The guide covers: carer assessments; carer's breaks; peer support; and work, education and training. The guide highlights some of the ways support can be provided. These include offering training and advice; providing psychological and emotional support; support to remain in work; training, skills development or education, and regular breaks. The guide also highlights the factors to taken into account when arranging support. The guide is based on NICE's quality standard on supporting adult carers (QS200).

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