Brochures and Flyers

We have produced brochures and flyers describing what we do and forms you can use to access our services or to get involved in other ways.

Carers Victoria

About Carers Victoria Brochure

Carers Victoria is the peak body representing and providing support for family carers in Victoria. This brochure provides information in other languages about us, our role and the services and supports we provide for caring families.

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Carers in Victoria the Facts Flyer

Information about carers in Victoria.

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Carers Victoria Carer Kit

The Electronic Carer Kit includes information relating to a range of services provided by Carers Victoria and others. There are also some tips and information to assist you in your caring role.

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Caring The Facts Flyer

The facts about caring in Australia.

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Support for Carers Brochure

The Support for Carers Program provides respite, other services and supports for all Victorian carers.

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Values and Principles Brochure

Carers Victoria is run with a set of principles and values that allow us to deliver better support services to our membership. These brochures outline in other languages the Values and Principles that we operate under. For more information please download the brochure.

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Advocacy

Advocacy Making a Submission Flyer

This flyer has some tips for preparing a submission to a federal or state government department or agency.

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Carer Health and Wellbeing Information

Carers and Anxiety Information Flyer

Caring for a family member or friend who has an anxiety disorder can be physically demanding and emotionally draining. But taking care of your own health and wellbeing is important in order to cope with the demands of caring.

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Carers and Back Problems Information Flyer

Most of us are likely to experience lower back pain at some time in our lives. But if you are caring for a family member or friend with a disability or chronic illness, you are more likely to be at risk of injury.

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Carers and Depression Information Flyer

Caring for a family member or friend who has depression can be physically demanding and emotionally draining. But taking care of your own health and wellbeing is important in order to cope with the demands of caring.

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Carers and Sleep Problems Information Flyer

The demands of caring can be relentless and stressful, and many carers will experience sleep problems as a result. But lack of sleep can affect your resilience, making it harder to cope with stress thus creating a vicious cycle.

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Mindfulness and Self Compassion Resources Flyer

Is your mind constantly spinning? Do you feel exhausted from all the worries in your life, or overwhelmed by what you have to plan and do? Do you find it hard to switch off at night? Do you have a negative voice inside you that gives you grief? Mindfulness may be able to help you!

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Counselling

Talking it Over - Carer Counselling Brochure

Our team provides counselling services to carers across the Western Melbourne region. This brochure provides information about the counselling services and supports we provide for carers.

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LGBTIQA+

LGBTI Carer Facts Flyer

Many lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people care for a partner, friend or family member. This may be someone living with a disability, mental health challenge, chronic or terminal illness or an older person. LGBTI carers and carers of LGBTI people need affordable inclusive services to support their caring role.

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NDIS

NDIS Carers Handbook

A handbook offering practical advice and support on how to achieve the best possible outcomes for both the person being cared for and for carers.

Navigating the NDIS as a new entrant or along the way can be daunting. The Carers Victoria NDIS Carers Handbook is a clear guide offering practical advice and support on how to achieve the best possible outcomes for both the person being cared for and for carers.

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Young Carer

Young Carer Facts Flyer

Young carers are children and young people aged up to 25 who care for a family member, usually a parent or sibling with a disability, mental illness, chronic condition or terminal illness. Young carers may also look after an older person with care needs.

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Publications in other languages

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