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Carers Australia will again be the main beneficiary of charity bike ride Pollie Pedal in 2013.
Carers Australia reiterates the need for greater support for young carers, during National Youth Week.
Carers Australia's comment on the need for greater supports for young carers, highlighted by a new report by the Australian National University.
Carers Australia analyses and critiques the Federal Budget 2012-'13 and its implications for Australia's carers.
Carers Australia and Network of Carers Associations National Policy Position Statement: Mental Health Reform.
Information for schools about young carers in rural and remote Australia, raising awareness of the unique challenges faced by young carers living in these communities.
A resource for parents, offerings tips and strategies from other parents and young carers, to help understand and support your own children.
A resource designed to support teachers by raising awareness of young carers.
Carers National News - Quarter 4, 2011
Carers National News - Quarter 2, 2011
Carers National News - Quarter 1, 2011.
In 2005 Carers Australia commissioned Access Economics to undertake the first Australian study of the economic value of the informal care provided by unpaid family carers for people with disability, mental...
Carers National News - June 2010
Home-based care provided by family members is the most common form of caring for people with disabilities in Australia. However, it is becoming increasingly evident that this model of care is generating...
Carers in regional and remote areas of Australia. Prepared for Carers Australia by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Carers Australia watched the Australia 2020 Summit with interest and came to the conclusion that carers should hold their own 2020 summit to ensure their views would form part of this vision. So in August...
This report is a supplement to The Wellbeing of Australians – Carer Health and Wellbeing published in October 2007. It is based on an analysis of carers’ responses to Question 68 of the Carer Health...
This Report concerns the subjective wellbeing of carers in Australia. It is the product of a partnership between Carers Australia, Australian Unity, and Deakin University.