Palliative care includes taking care of Carers. Knowing what help you need can assist others to support you.
As a carer, you will have various needs including - for information and training, for practical or emotional support, or for respite (taking a break). And, these needs can change over time. Identifying your needs can prompt you to seek relevant information or to reach out to your GP or other health professional for support. The carer needs tools can help you work this out.
NAT-C is for where the person you care for has cancer.
View or print the NAT-C (342kb pdf)
NAT-CC is for where they have a chronic condition that is not cancer.
View or print the NAT-CC (363kb pdf)
While you are waiting to discuss this with your GP you might want to check out some of the other resources in the Patients and Carers section.
The CareSearch website only provides general palliative care information. It is not intended to replace the care or advice of your own health professionals.
This information was drawn from the following resource:
Last updated 13 October 2022