The Emergency Coronavirus Act enabled Local Authorities to remove significant parts of their duty of care responsibilities, stripping hard pressed families of valuable home and community support when they needed it most.

There is no break to be had as restrictive Government isolation guidance has deemed short breaks impossible, at the time they’re needed most. This means we're unable to offer our essential short breaks to carers and their loved ones.

Stripped of support

Breaking point

No access to respite

So many of the families we support are now at breaking point. Exhausted and desperate as their usual support networks disappeared, they have hung on through six months of lockdown in the hope that help would be at hand once restrictions eased.

Exhausted family carers need our help

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We’re urging the government to look again at their public health restrictions which make respite breaks impossible. We’re also raising funds for people who need urgent respite.

Please help us shout louder than we ever have before.

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Care for Carers:

The hidden impact of COVID-19

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Tell your friends, family, neighbours, local radio stations, newspapers, tell anyone that will listen.

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We are hoping to raise £1 million to support as many carers and their loved ones as possible in accessing respite.

If you are at breaking point, contact us and we’ll see if there is anything we can do to help you. You’re not alone.

"I try to keep myself calm, and tell myself I know I'm not the only one struggling like this, but I just can't physically do it. It's a desperate thing, we both just urgently need a break."

- Hilary, Mum & Carer for son Shaun

Today we are immensely proud to launch our #CareforCarers campaign. We know many of you have desperately struggled...

Posted by Revitalise on Sunday, 13 September 2020
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