Through our research, policy and systemic advocacy activities we aim to identify and research emerging issues and gather evidence to support our position. We represent carers by submitting policy documents to government, participating in government advisory groups, consulting with key stakeholders and voicing carers’ issues on committees or working parties.
We are committed to ensuring that the voices and views of carers are included when government policy and service delivery systems are planned and evaluated.
Supporting care within families and communities will provide dignity and choice for all groups. Acknowledging the interdepence of people who provide care and those they support is a necessity.