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During his mayoral year, he championed the Alzheimer's Disease Society and the Carers National Association.
Aldrige, J and Becker, S (1998) The national Handbook of young Carers project, Carers National Association and Young Carers Research Group: London.
There was nothing, so she started to write her own, calling on organisations such as the Carers National Association to contact people in a situation similar to her own.
The Carers National Association says: "A carer is someone who looks after a relative, friend or neighbour who can't manage day-to-day life at home without help.
Meanwhile, the best thing you can do to help is to contact Carers National Association on their Carers Line 0345 573 369 (Monday-Friday 10am-noon and 2-4pm).
British Gas, although not part of EWLB has joined forces with the Carers National Association to pilot their New Deal Carers Policy in the north-west of England.
The Carers National Association is calling for the government to recognise the cost of caring and the need for a decent, sustainable income for full- time carers.
Alan McGinley, manager of Carers National Association Scotland, says: "It can be extremely emotionally draining, particularly when the illness brings personality changes as happens with Alzheimer's or head injuries.