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Caring for someone at the end of life is a very important role. Carers can be family members, friends, colleagues or neighbours. If you are the carer of someone who is approaching death, information can make a difference to you and the person needing care.
CarerHelp provides access to useful and trustworthy information, tools, articles and videos. These resources can help you understand what to expect, improve communication and acknowledge your contribution.
CarerHelp aims to empower you to cope with the hard times as well as you can, and to make space for good times as well. When carers feel ready for their role, everybody benefits.
There are five pathways for you to explore when you are caring for someone approaching the end of life. You will find relevant resources, tools and information to help you.
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Resources developed for specific communities are now available.
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CarerHelp brings together a range of tools, videos, and information to support carers. All the resources have been checked for quality and usefulness.
The free information pack consists of factsheets and practical pointers for getting started in caring, dealing with advancing illness, and managing grief and bereavement.
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