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Health and wellbeing for carers

Health Wellbeing Caring For Carers Panel

Caring for someone can be physically and emotionally exhausting and it is important to look after yourself.

At times, you will need a break from not only your daily tasks, but also from the person you're caring for.

Remember - if you are struggling you are not alone. There is no shame in asking for help. Everyone needs a little bit of extra support at some point in their lives.

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Carer breaks, holidays and respite

Read a book, go for a walk, or simply catch up on some sleep. Whatever you choose to do, you'll return home refreshed and rejuvenated.

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Looking after yourself if you are a carer

Caring for someone can be physically and emotionally exhausting and it is important to look after yourself. At times, you will need a break.

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Relationships if you are a carer

Caring can place a big strain on families. Carers sometimes say that friends and family disappear once caring begins.

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Health A to Z for carers

Your complete guide to conditions, symptoms and treatments, including what to do and when to get help as either a carer or someone you care for.

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Health and care video library for carers

Health and Care Videos have produced the largest collection of health and care videos in the UK, that have been created and scripted alongside clinicians.

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Carer support for hospital visits

If the person you care for is in hospital you may be faced with important decisions. You may be considering taking on this caring role for the first time and don't know what to expect.

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Hospital and doctors' surgeries for carers

Enter your location to find your nearest NHS service that can help either you or someone you care for.

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