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Delivering care and assistance to a cherished individual results in numerous fulfilling instances. However, it can also present notable challenges. Being aware of your entitlements as a caregiver and the available forms of assistance within your local vicinity can assist you in effectively managing both practical and emotional aspects.

Are you currently offering care to a family member or a friend? It’s possible that you don’t perceive yourself as a caregiver since you view the care you provide as a natural element of being a supportive relative or friend. This sentiment is more prevalent when your caregiving obligations have gradually increased. Nevertheless, the majority of caregivers are indeed family members or friends of the person in need. The term ‘caregiver’ encompasses the following scenarios:

– A family member or friend who offers substantial in-home care and support to another adult dealing with illness (physical or mental), disability, or challenges linked to substance misuse.

– A parent tending to a child with disabilities or an enduring medical condition.

– A young individual or child looking after an adult.

Caregivers don’t receive compensation for their efforts. They can belong to any age group, although a significant proportion is aged 50 and above. It’s not uncommon for caregivers to grapple with their own health issues or disabilities, including learning disabilities. This emphasises the heightened importance of ensuring they receive the necessary home care and support. 

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