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A guide to end of life caring

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.

  • A guide to end of life caring
    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.
    Find your Carer Pathway
  • A guide to end of life caring
    Carers can be family members, friends, colleagues or neighbours. Carers come from many
    different backgrounds. CarerHelp has resources to support people caring for someone
    approaching the end of their life.
    Find the Carer Pathway that best meets your needs
  • A guide to end of life caring
    CarerHelp provides access to useful and trustworthy information, tools, articles and videos for carers.
    Information can make a difference to you and to the person you are caring for.
    Use the Carer Library to find information and services
  • A guide to end of life caring
    If you are the carer of someone who is approaching death, information can make a difference
    to you and the person needing care. CarerHelp resources can help you understand what to expect.
    Listen to the stories of other carers
  • A guide to end of life caring
    Caring for someone at the end of life is a very important role. 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.
    Learn more about the CarerHelp Project
  • A guide to end of life caring
    If you are the carer of someone who is approaching death, information can make a difference
    to you and the person needing care. CarerHelp resources help you understand what to expect,
    improve communication and acknowledge your contribution.
    Find the Carer Pathway that best meets your needs
 
 
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