Many carers in Australia feel isolated and alone in their carer journey.
This quiz is designed to heighten your awareness about carers in Australia. It also will help you discover that you are not alone and that there are many people who are living with a similar situation as you, more individuals than you may think.
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According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, how many unpaid carers were there in 2015?
The definition of ‘carer’ under the Carer Recognition Act 2010 is someone who cares for another person that has:
55% of primary carers act as a carer for how many hours per week?
How much would it cost each year to replace unpaid carers in Australia?
What is the average age of a carer in Australia?
In 2015, there were 272,000 carers (roughly 1 in 10 of all carers in Australia) who are under what age?
More than two-thirds of carers in Australia are female.
96% of primary carers take care of:
What percentage of carers in Australia aged between 15 and 64 are still in the workforce?
Most carers do not consider themselves ‘carers’?