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SAY THANK YOU TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR UNPAID CARERS

 

Take 1 minute out of your day to offer thanks and show your support. Together we can build a carer-friendly Australia.

 

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  • Simonne ryan

    Simonne ryan

    Ocean grove, VIC
    Thank you to Australia’s 2.7 million carers for their ongoing contribution to the nation. Let’s help build a carer-friendly Australia!
  • Ann

    Ann

    Devonport, TAS
    Thank you to Australia’s 2.7 million carers for their ongoing contribution to the nation. Let’s help build a carer-friendly Australia!
  • sumon bardhan

    sumon bardhan

    sydney, NSW
    Thank you to Australia’s 2.7 million carers for their ongoing contribution to the nation. Let’s help build a carer-friendly Australia!
  • Brenda

    Brenda

    Geraldton wa, ACT
    Thank you to Australia’s 2.7 million carers for their ongoing contribution to the nation. Let’s help build a carer-friendly Australia!
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#Carers2017

National Carers Week is about recognising and celebrating the outstanding contribution unpaid carers make to our nation.

Anyone at any time can become a carer. National Carers Week is an opportunity to educate and raise awareness among all Australians about the diversity of carers and their caring roles.

Carers make an enormous contribution to our communities and their caring roles are valued at $60.3 billion annually – more than $1 billion per week. National Carers Week 2017 provides you with a chance to learn about carers and caring in Australia.

Working to improve the lives of carers

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Check out our videos and images in the National Carers Week Gallery

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Carer Gateway

Check out the Australian Government’s Carer Gateway – a national online and phone service providing practical information to support carers. This interactive tool helps carers connect to local support services.

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National Carers Week 2017 is an initiative of Carers Australia and is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services