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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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Service design to combat loneliness

21 December 2018

In the city of Aalst in Belgium, formal and informal networks are connecting against loneliness among the elderly.

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Young people teach the old about digital life

13 December 2018

How does Mobile Bank ID work? And what is Swish? A new project will reduce digital exclusion in the county of Värmland, Sweden.

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Communication tool helps make conversations with informal caregivers easier

13 December 2018

The Danish partners of In for Care has learned voluntary workers and employees in the welfare sector how to use a tool to make conversations about health easier. The aim is to create more attention fr…

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Successfull conference invited all sides together

20 November 2018

The In For Care mid-term conference drew 69 participants from all parts of the quadruple helix: Academia, end-users, SMEs and the public sector. True to the project, the conference theme was informal …

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A challenge for the European community

14 November 2018

In For Care partner CMO STAMM are looking for more collaborations abroad to focus on the issues of young carers.

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