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Mark talking about working with marginalised people.
Carerhelp provides information and resources to assist anyone who is caring for someone who is very sick and will not get better. They may still have months or weeks to live, but sadly there is no cure for their illness. You may find the CarerHelp resources useful for your personal situation or in your professional role.
This section of CarerHelp is specifically for anyone who finds themselves supporting a person as part of their role. You may be a paid carer, support worker, disability worker, aged care worker, Aboriginal health worker, prison officer, religious or community leader, a volunteer, or a health professional.
CarerHelp has easy to understand information on providing care to someone who is at the end of life.
It is hard to know what to do if you are supporting someone who is seriously ill and may be dying. Talking to patients and families about death and dying can also be very hard. These resources will assist you to work with people who are at the end of life and with families who are caring for someone at the end of life. We have also developed tips specifically for working with families from diverse backgrounds. including those from diverse backgrounds.
There are external sites that offer training and learning opportunities on relevant areas: