Nine out of 10 people would back a change in the law to give people caring for sick and elderly loved-ones the right to extra time off work, a […]
Having a friend who has self-harmed is one of the most common factors in cases of self-harm among teenagers in Ireland, research has found.
Drug use by friends is another […]
The UK will aim to double its annual funding for dementia research to £132m by 2025, up from the 2015 target of £66m, David Cameron has said.
The prime minister’s […]
The death of global human rights hero Nelson Mandela will make Human Rights Day (10th December) even more poignant this year. His struggle was against racial discrimination but as […]
n-compass North West Ltd are very pleased to announce that we were Highly Commended in the category of “Large Social Enterprise of the Year” at The Selnet Enterprise in […]
A teenager from Shrewsbury who has been caring for both her parents for a decade has been nominated for a Women Of The Year Award.
Sarah Thomas, 19, cares for […]
Young people are anonymously bullying and trolling themselves online in what some are calling cyber self-harm. Why?
Internet trolling is on the increase, according to recent reports. When people are […]
n – compass Carers Point! will be Flying the Flag for Carers on National Carers Rights Day, 29th November 2013
The theme of Carers Rights Day is ‘rights, advice, support’, […]
n – compass is using National Anti-Bullying Week (Nov 18 – 22) to highlight the impact bullying has on young people and the growing number who resort to self-harming.
The Prince of Wales has launched a campaign to get more young people interested in volunteering, in a bid to tackle unemployment and gang violence.
“Step Up 2 Serve” aims […]