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Slough recognises the important role carers provide within Slough’s diverse community, promoting the wellbeing of others. It is crucial they are valued as expert partners and supported to lead as full a life as possible alongside their caring role.
Slough’s Carers Partnership Board was re-launched in May 2014 to help oversee and support the implementation of the Slough Carers Strategy. This aims to improve the quality of carers’ lives by identifying and enabling carers to access the right services and support to help them in their caring role. Another important function of the Board is to raise awareness of carers within the local community, recognising and valuing their important role.
The Carers Partnership Board is accountable to the Slough Wellbeing Board, Slough.
The Board is co-chaired by a carer and the Head of Care Group Commissioning, Slough Borough Council. Board meetings will usually take place quarterly. Board members have responsibility for actively contributing to work plan that support the implementation of the Carers Strategy.
Membership of the Board is open to carers and those who have a lead role in developing support and services for carers in Slough. This includes:
Non Board members are invited to meetings as required to help with the delivery of the programme.
Agendas, minutes and other document supporting the work of the Carers Partnership Board: