He does not feel that he is the only one now and he is benefiting from the sessions. Wife of adult participant. It has given her the skills and confidence to overcome her disability and, to a large extent, lead a normal life. Few people would now realise that when she left hospital three months ago after her stroke, she was told she would never walk again and would not regain any movement in her right arm. Husband of adult participant.
New NICE social care guideline on Supporting adult carers published
This guideline covers support for adults aged 18 and over who provide unpaid care for anyone aged 16 or over with health or social care needs. It aims to improve the lives of carers by helping health and social care practitioners identify people who are caring for someone and give them the right information and support. This guideline covers general principles that apply to all adult carers. Recommendations about supporting carers of people with specific health needs can be found in NICE guidance on those conditions. This guideline should be read together with the Care and support statutory guidance under the Care Act and the Children and Families Act How we develop NICE guidelines. The recommendations in this guideline represent the view of NICE, arrived at after careful consideration of the evidence available.
NICE Quality Standard for Transition from Children's to Adult's Services
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