In this review of journal articles, the work relating to carers is fairly comprehensive, yet still limited in scope given that carer strategies exist in both jurisdictions and both dementia strategies refer specifically to the need to support carers. A number of articles explore the experience of carers, including those supporting someone with early onset dementia. A literature review on male care giving is included, while two papers from the same study explore the relationship between self-efficacy, caregiver burden and the desire to institutionalise. Only one paper considers the role of professionals in supporting carers. Two niche papers conclude this collection that examine supporting carers with ICT and the experience of carers when their spouse ceases driving.