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If you're looking after someone with cancer it can have a big impact on your life. Understand your rights and the support that is there for you.
As more and more people are living with cancer, a greater number of people are taking on caring responsibilities.
When the person you care for is having tests or being treated for cancer, you may face a range of practical and emotional issues
If you’re a carer, you may sometimes find it difficult to know how much support you should and can provide.
You don’t have to tell your employer about your caring responsibilities, but if you do, it can help them support you.
If cancer gets worse, you may no longer be able to care for your loved one at home. Support is available to help you.
If you’re a carer you may want to stop working temporarily or completely. It’s important to consider the implications of your decision.
Caring for someone with cancer can be challenging and tiring. Help is available to support carers and enable them to look after their loved one.
It's important to be aware of your legal rights as a carer. Your human resources department may be able to help you.
Carers Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of the 6.5 million carers in the UK and highlight the challenges they face.
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