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Me & My OCD,  by Roshan Chandy

Me & My OCD, by Roshan Chandy

ByJane DanforthJune 10, 20211 min read

My name is Joe Chandy, I’m a carer and recently joined the Carers Connect Network at Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust. My son Roshan has written an article on his OCD. Roshan has done everything all by himself and I feel very…

Who Cares for the Carers?

Who Cares for the Carers?

ByJane DanforthJune 9, 20211 min read

Nottinghamshire Healthcare was featured as part of Nottingham student, Lydia Till’s university dissertation piece in 2020, focusing on the carers of people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. There are over 700,000 people taking care of loved ones with dementia from home…

Riding the Tsunami – by Lorna Breckell

Riding the Tsunami – by Lorna Breckell

ByJane DanforthJune 8, 20216 min read

I work at Rampton Hospital as the Family & Volunteer Service Manager. I have worked for the Trust for nearly 10 years. In that time I have also become a carer myself.  Eight years ago my Dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. As…

Three cheers for technology – Carers Week 2021

Three cheers for technology – Carers Week 2021

ByJane DanforthJune 7, 20211 min read

Well, I never thought that I would say it but three cheers for technology!  I am grateful to all those who have made it possible for me to keep in touch with my grandson during lockdown. It has, quite literally …

Volunteer’s Week – Michael

Volunteer’s Week – Michael

ByLaura InghamJune 7, 20214 min read

Michael is a volunteer befriender with Nottinghamshire Healthcare. He has been involved in a number of different roles and projects across the Trust. You can watch Michael speak more about his volunteering here. Over the pre-pandemic years I’ve enjoyed (mostly,…

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