- n. Plural form of carer.
“Melissa, what you describe about home carers is well documented in the literature about live-in maids and those who take care of children and the elderly or ill, all over the world, without HIV coming into it.”
“Like many long-term carers, I could offer a litany of far more disturbing anecdotes, such as the top geneticist who lied about crucial test results, having misplaced them, or the GP who gave an injection despite warnings it could prove fatal.”
“Japan's population is ageing rapidly, with over 22% of the population aged 65 or older The kind of cheap, often well-educated labour, that has filled London homes with nannies and Barcelona's with Latin American carers for the elderly, is not an option.”
“In January 2007 they applied to become short-term carers and were assessed by independent social worker Jenny Shaw.”
“The government announced in 2008 that it was doubling money set aside to allow long-term carers some time off - £50m this year and £100m next year.”
“Ministers announced with a fanfare that they would double the funds for long-term carers to have time off by bringing in social workers to cover for them.”
“Asian older careers are supported to do the course and encouraged to spread the word about carers' rights, diversifying Dudley borough council's reach with the toolkit.”
“Pact is running a project to support kinship carers, which is funded by the City of London Corporation's City Bridge Trust.”
“She had been saying for months that it was far too painful, but the "carers" told her she wouldn't get any food if she didn't do it and it was "necessary".”
““Surely the "carers" group is a bit different from the others on benefits.””
‘carers’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for carers.