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Caring health centre

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Caring for a chronically ill or disabled spouse, parent or other family member carries a lot of responsibility. Being a carer can be rewarding but at the same time challenging. The first rule is to take care of yourself. Get started with this guide.

Getting started

Find out the various options for care.  

If the person you are caring for is a long way away, what do you do? Here’s some advice for long-distance caring.

Learn more about taking on the role of carer if someone you love has Alzheimer's disease.

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