Caring for someone with MS (booklet)
For many of us, taking on the identity of ‘carer’ is by no means natural or even welcome. We are first and foremost husbands, wives, sons, daughters and so on. We do what any of us would do, providing care and support to someone close to us. It is when caring responsibilities begin to have too great an impact on our lives that taking on this ‘label’ can prove useful, as it is often the first step to getting the support that we may need.
Legislation for health and social care services can differ between England,Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
- becoming a carer and what that means
- how to access services
- caring for someone with MS- practicalities
- useful organisations
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