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Invisible Care

The work of unpaid carers is largely invisible, unrecognised and unsupported. Estimates show that there are between 4.2 million and 6.5 million unpaid carers in the UK, with the actual figure likely to be much higher.

Source: House of Lords Adult Social Care Committee.


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