Carers' Guide to Winter Support

Winter can pose additional challenges for carers. From it becoming harder to leave the house with our ‘cared for’, to the additional financial strain of extra heating, to managing our own carer wellbeing through those darker months.

 

Financial support for carers through winter

On average 9,700 deaths each year believed to be caused by living in a cold house. It’s therefore essential that, if needed, we know how to find financial support to keep us and our cared for warm through winter.

Read more here:
https://www.mobiliseonline.co.uk/post/financial-support-in-winter-for-carers

 

Winter Wellbeing for Carers

Supporting our wellbeing is important at any time of year, but winter does bring additional challenges for many of us. Putting ourselves first is never selfish, and in fact is the only way we’ll be able to keep on caring for others. 

“You can’t pour from an empty cup”

We’ve pulled together simple ways to support our wellbeing, including a daily healthy habits tracker to get us started.

Read more here:

https://www.mobiliseonline.co.uk/post/winter-wellbeing

 
 

Carers guide to winter health and saftey

A simple guide to staying healthy, and reducing risks. From taking vitamins and getting flu jabs, through to gritting pathways - and everything in between - there are lots of things we can be doing to support ourselves as carers.

Read more here:
https://www.mobiliseonline.co.uk/post/carers-guide-to-winter-health-and-safety

 

Carers guide to getting stuff done without leaving the house

It can be trickier to get out and get jobs done in the winter, especially if you need to take your ‘cared for’ with you. The weather and the shorter days can add extra challenges to what may already be a difficult logistical situation.  

 

And, while we would alway encourage ourselves to get outside when we can, here is our guide to making life a little easier.

Read more here:
https://www.mobiliseonline.co.uk/post/a-carer-s-guide-to-getting-stuff-done-without-leaving-the-house

 

 

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