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Our new campaign Be the best carer you can be aims to empower family carers and ensure that as many family carers as possible benefit from CarerHelp.
CarerHelp has developed new resources for carers caring for a person at the end of life during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Linda helped her Mum transition into an aged care facility. In this article, she reflects on the experience and provides some tips to consider when choosing and moving parents into aged care.
CarerHelp has been included as an information partner by Healthdirect Australia, the national government-owned, not-for-profit organisation providing access to trusted health information and advice.
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.