There are many charities and organisations that can help in you caring role. We have collated a number of booklets that might help you in your caring role.
This NHS England guide, which was produced in partnership with Carers Trust, Carers UK and others, provides information and advice on how to stay healthy whilst caring for family members or friends.
This handbook offers practical advice and positive ways to manage some of the challenges you may encounter. You will find information on all local services, action to take, as well as ideas and tips that can be used to tackle specific issues. There is also information on how to get further support.
Produced by Carers Trust “Getting into Work: A Guide for Young Adult Carers in England” gives young adult carers advice and information on how to overcome the difficulties they may face in finding and staying in employment. It offers guidance on how to find a job, the application process and how to balance work with a caring role.
This booklet is for carers who look after people aged over 16 in England and Wales who may not be able to make some decisions for themselves. They may be unable to make the decision because of dementia, a learning disability, brain injury or reasons connected with mental illness.
This booklet is for Young Carers who are caring for a parent with a mental health problem.
Personalisation means making sure you have access to the right information and advice to help you make decisions about care and support. This guide explains the five main stages to getting the support you need.
This guide, produced by the General Medical Council, explains how you can help to create a partnership with your doctor. Much of it is simply common sense, and following it should help you get the most out of your time with your doctor.