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A practical guide to healthy caring

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Maximum Order: 10

Series : Carers

Published : April 2016
Page Length : 26
Format : Booklet A4
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Public Health England

The advice in this booklet will help someone who looks after a friend or family member or have any form of caring responsibilities, but it is written to be particularly relevant for those who are about 65 years or older and are new to caring. Caring for someone who is ill or disabled can help people live well at home and be part of their local community, but a carer also has to make sure that they look after their own health and well-being too. The advice in this booklet provides hints and tips on how a carer can look after their own health as well as support the person they are caring for.