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SMEs gain valuable insights

02 August 2019

In For Care partners in Drenthe are running an awareness campaign directed at smaller businesses (SMEs). The course for employers is raising awareness for working caregivers and helping to develop new…

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Making of awarenes film spots

30 July 2019

As part of the awareness-raising campaign about working caregivers – targeting employers and SMEs – the Province of Drenthe is cooperating with Jules Media to produce a number of short film spots.

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­­­– Inclusion is essential when creating new tools

26 June 2019

Inclusion of all target groups has proven to be essential for creating tools and services which effectively innovate service provision in relation to care.

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Adapting to working caregivers is good business

16 May 2019

In For Care partners in Drenthe recently launched an awareness campaign aimed at smaller businesses.

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Volunteer exhibition will hopefully be a new tradition at university college

06 May 2019

For the second time In for Care helped bring students and non-profit organizations together at University College South Denmark in Esbjerg.

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Campaign heightens awareness of informal carers

10 April 2019

A Swedish information campaign aims to make more people identify as informal carers – and get the help they need.

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Study visit and partner meeting in Karlstad, Sweden

09 April 2019

The In For Care project visited Karlstad in March 2019. High on the agenda was how the region of Värmland works with volunteers and informal care.

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Sustainable Employability in Aa & Hunze

13 March 2019

Raising awareness for working caregivers among Dutch SMEs.

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The self-employed are vulnerable caregivers

15 February 2019

Self-employed informal caregivers are a particularly vulnerable group and are therefore receiving extra attention in Drenthe.

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Study: A quarter of caregivers feel overburdened

05 February 2019

A new Dutch municipal survey indicates that caregivers in the region often experience the burden of informal care to be taxing.

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