MedicineGov Virtual Conference 8 November 2018

For the Virtual Conference I, Chris Sterry, produced a number of videos on a number of subjects relating to caring. Unfortunately, at that time, I was suffering with a severe chest infection and this has, in some respects, affected the sound quality.

The subjects being :

Carer Voice Project

Chris Sterry discussing the Carer Voice Project that he and 2 other learning disability carers and a student from University of Sheffield were involved with. A project based on the principles of Co-production around communication between LD Carers and Service Providers. The final outcome was various documents which hopefully could be used by providers to help with communication between themselves and family carers.

Chris can be contacted on carervoice@gmail.com

How I Cope with it

Chris Sterry discussing how he copes or deals with being a carer, stating his health conditions, the support required, support available and many other aspects.

Chris can be contacted on carervoice@gmail.com

Ageing

Chris Sterry discussing ageing and how this affects caring for persons with disabilities and autism, Where is the support from CCG and Adult Social Care.

Chris can be contacted at carervoice@gmail.com

This is a video created for the MedGov Virtual Conference on 8 November 2018

Negative Attitudes

Chris Sterry discussing negative attitudes he has found within care and hopefully ways to overcome these.

Chris can be contacted at carervoice@gmail.com

A video prepared for the MedGov Virtual Conerfence in November 2018

Care Act 2014

Chris Sterry, family carer discusses the Care Act 2014 for the MedGov Virtual Conference 8 November 2018.

Chris can be contacted at carervoice@gmail.com

My Experiences

I am Chris Sterry, a family carer for my adult daughter. On this video I am discussing my experiences of being a family carer for the MedGov Virtual Conference on 8 November 2018.

Chris can be contacted at carervoice@gmail.com

Thats all for now.

When I venture into producing more videos I hope my health will be better and then hopefully will be the sound quality.

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