Young carers miss out on schoolwork, friendships, and social interaction. Many have to create a balance between the outside world and their life as a caregiver. It’s hard for young carers to cope with the demands of their home and compete for opportunities as well. Hence, they require special attention to have a pleasant environment where they can blossom and grow up to have a stable future.
With more 4 million of unwaged carers, the Australian society has a lot of individuals dedicated to helping a relative or friend with disabilities. They provide physical assistance and emotional support, as well. Even doctors believe that a person’s health improves with the love and support of a compassionate carer.
Caring is a rewarding experience for most, but it can get physically and emotionally demanding. Therefore, recognising the efforts of carers and providing support to them is essential. Our work is to help carers get the required financial, medical, and general assistance. We work with health care professionals, community leaders, social workers, and volunteers to provide aid and acknowledgment to carers. They are our resources to further our agenda to give a better life to caregivers across Australia. We are a nation of carers, and its time, we the people give back to them, comfort them, and support them to show that they are loved and they need to be taken care of as well. They need our help. Many carers don’t even think they need support as they always are in the role of the provider. That is why it is much more essential to help them and show them they deserve to be looked after too.