The brand new paperback version of this life changing book is available now! To get your 10% discount on the rrp please follow this link - “In her book, Happiness: How to be Happier, No Matter What, Victoria shows us how to grab on to each moment and to allow each day its own course.... Continue Reading →
https://vimeo.com/182844119 Please can you spare a few minutes to watch this video and share it with your followers? We need more compassion and understanding in society for Young Carers and those they care for. By sharing the video you'll be helping to make that a reality. Thank you so much.
Katie Boo PresentationDownload Katie – Boo is just like me and you, but Katie – Boo is different too, she’s Mummy’s little helper. When Katie-Boo was aged just two her Daddy became very poorly. He couldn’t go to work anymore because his poorly head was so sore. So, Katie – Boo at aged just two,... Continue Reading →
By Victoria Lewin Illustrated by Jeff Phillips Katie - Boo is just like me and you, but Katie - Boo is different too, she’s Mummy’s little helper. When Katie-Boo was aged just two her Daddy became very poorly. He couldn’t go to work anymore because his poorly head was so sore. So, Katie - Boo... Continue Reading →
Over the years I’ve learnt to focus on being positive as much as possible, and I’ve discovered that when you live with a more positive attitude you become a happier person. Recently I saw a fantastic TV series focusing on how to be happy. There was one point where they focused on how happiness and... Continue Reading →
Written by Geinor Styles, Music by Amy Wadge. Are you a teacher, or do you work with children? If you answered 'yes' to either of these questions, then you need to watch this video! It's Theatr Na Nog's Eye of the storm. An empowering musical set to inspire and educate anyone who watches it. Here's... Continue Reading →
Rare Disease Day is celebrated every February 28th to raise awareness of the many rare diseases that change lives throughout the world. My husband was diagnosed with the rare brain condition IIH (Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension) in 2003, and I've volunteered with the IH Research Foundation since 2009, raising awareness of IIH online. So, Rare Disease... Continue Reading →
A Young Carer is a child / young person under the age of 18, who helps to look after a family member or friend who has a long term illness, disability, or misuses drugs or alcohol. What is a Young Adult Carer? A Young Adult Carer is a young person between the age of... Continue Reading →
This book has been especially created for children who have a family member with the rare brain condition IH or IIH. It's the book I wish we'd had 15 years ago when my husband was diagnosed with IH and our children were only 5 and 2! It's full of stories, games, advice and ideas to... Continue Reading →
https://www.slideshare.net/VTaylorAuthor/young-carers-awareness-presentation-by-victoria-lewin https://www.slideshare.net/VTaylorAuthor/what-is-ih-and-how-does-it-affect-families https://youtu.be/pDPSE_jV17o Further Young carers awareness Resources http://www.victoria-lewin.com https://www.facebook.com/CaitlinsWishOfficial/ https://carers.org http://aacy.org http://www.youngcarers.net.au It’s thanks to Professor Saul Becker that Young carers get the recognition and support that they do… here he talks about the past 25 years and the journey he took to make young carers lives easier.
Coming Soon... Who cares 4 us? is a series of books for schools.... wherever you are in the world! The series covers Young Carers Awareness, Disability Awareness and anti-bullying too, as 2/3 of young carers are bullied in schools! So why create this series? All children have the right to an education, to go... Continue Reading →
Caitlin's wish is a magical fairytale for young carers, created to re-assure them that they're not alone. It follows little Caitlin on her journey to understanding all the changes that are happening around her, after her Dad becomes poorly with a long term illness. Families who care for a loved one with IH will find... Continue Reading →