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CarerHelp is now an HonCode certified website, further demonstrating its quality and trustworthiness as a source of health information.
Briony Lyle cared for her husband Jarrod who was diagnosed with AML. In this article, she shares how she, Jarrod and their family prepared their home as a place of palliative care, and the rewards.
Self-care is important when you are caring for a person with terminal illness. CarerHelp has resources to help you ensure your own self-care.
Kate Jurgens is a Bereavement Coordinator at the Southern Adelaide Palliative Services where she supports family and friends caring for persons with terminal illness. In this article, we asked her to share why taking care of oneself is important for carers and some self-care tips.
CarerHelp’s online Carer Check Tool can aid you to identify the areas of caring you need to plan for.
The Guide to CarerHelp: for Health Care Providers is an information pack that supports GPs, specialist palliative care doctors, nurses and other health care professionals in enabling family carers to prepare to care for a person with terminal illness.
The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO outlined the benefits of CarerHelp for carers of persons with terminal illness.
CarerHelp team member Dr Kristina Thomas discusses her research into understanding the experiences and needs of family members, and how the results were used to help inform the development of CarerHelp.
Jessica Freeman cared for her Mum who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. In this article, we asked her to share top things she wished she knew when she started as a carer.
Imelda Gilmore cared for her husband Graham who was diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer’s disease. In this article, she shares why it was important for her to provide care during his illness and up to his death.