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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.
Avi Paluch cared for his wife Kita who lived with cancer for 12 years. In this article, we asked what top pointers he could share with new carers based on his experience.
Khang Chiem cared for his husband Benjamin who died of brain cancer. In this article, we asked Khang why it was important for him to provide care at the end of life.
CarerHelp team member Di Saward from the Centre for Palliative Care at St Vincent’s Hospital discusses the process of identifying and appraising existing online resources to inform CarerHelp’s content.
Khang Chiem cared for his husband Benjamin Leske who was diagnosed with brain cancer. He shares his experience and discusses the importance of self-care and developing resilience.
CarerHelp has been launched at the Parliament House on 17th October 2019.
CarerHelp, a new resource to support unpaid carers, will be launched at Parliament House on Thursday 17 October during National Carers Week 2019.