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Discussion in 'Dementia-related news and campaigns' started by Shedrech, May 18, 2016.
Discussion about older carers on now Radio 4
I missed it (had two dementia visitors!) How did it go? Anything useful?
not really - it was over almost before it started - pretty superficial
Hello everyone. Just wanted to say there is an article on the online BBC News - Health section which might be of interest.
It's a report from Age UK about 'Elderly Carers' and thought it worth mentioning it here.
Apologies, I am new, first post and I'm not allowed to link to a site.
May come back later elsewhere.
thanks for that
is this what you mean?
Welcome to TP - do come back any time to share, raise any concern you have and ask any questions - lots of supportive members here
How does one define 'elderly'? I cared for my late wife 24/7 year on year at home till her passing when I was 77. At no stage did I consider myself as elderly. "We are all different" and thank God for that.
the actual headline to the article is
'Hidden army' of carers in their 80s, says Age UK