NSW Carers Strategy
On this page:
- About the strategy
- How we’re putting the strategy into action
- How we developed this strategy
- Previous strategies
- Find out more
About the strategy
The NSW Carers Strategy: Caring in New South Wales 2020 – 2030 sets out the NSW Government’s ten-year plan for supporting and recognising carers in NSW. It builds on the NSW Carers Strategy 2014-2019 and initiatives already underway across government and the community. The strategy focuses on four priority areas:
- carers have better access to information, services and supports
- carer are recognised, respected and empowered
- carers have improved financial wellbeing and economic opportunities
- carers have better health and wellbeing.
How we’re putting the strategy into action
We will develop action plans every two years to help us stay on track to achieve the goals set out in the strategy. These plans will set out all the actions the NSW Government and the sector will take to better support and recognise carers.
Read the 2020-2022 Action Plan to find out how we are working together to improve outcomes for carers over the next two years.
How we developed this strategy
We co-designed the strategy and the first action plan with carers, service providers and community partners. This helped us to identify carers’ needs and priorities, and made sure carers remained at the centre of our work. You can learn more about this comprehensive co-design process in the NSW Carers Strategy 2020-2030 Co-design Summary Report.
We also drew on the recommendations from the Review of the NSW Carers Strategy 2014-2019 to develop our new strategy.
Previous strategies and progress reports
- The NSW Carers Strategy 2014-19