My Information Kit

My Information Kit allows you to select factsheets to print out for your patients or their carers. It includes a cover sheet that you can write your contact details on. 

You can also save the factsheets as a pdf to your computer, and then email them to a patient, carer or colleague (Only select three factsheets at a time otherwise the file is too big to send via email).

Many of these Factsheets have been produced by CareSearch. The others are provided with permission from: the Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement (ACGB); Palliative Care Australia (PCA) and Carers NSW. You can find further information and resources on their websites.

To print out a selection of documents from the list below, please tick boxes for items you wish to print.

Bereavement Grief and Loss

Carers
Are You A Carer? (CareSearch)
Asking For Help (CareSearch)
Become Informed (CareSearch)
Being Prepared (CareSearch)
Carers Are Not All The Same (CareSearch)
Caring Needs Differ (CareSearch)
Financial Matters (CareSearch)
How Do You Care? (CareSearch)
Support Is Important (CareSearch)
Things Happen (CareSearch)
Coping With Holidays and Special Days (CareSearch)
Back care and safe lifting practices (Carers NSW)
Carer Support Group (Carers NSW)
Don't forget to make a back up plan (Carers NSW)
Exercising when you are a carer (Carers NSW)
Facts about Carers (Carers NSW)
Helping your family member to remain living at home (Carers NSW)
How and why to get family to help with caring (Carers NSW)
How and why to hold a family meeting (Carers NSW)
How and why to organise support services (Carers NSW)
Respite care - get the break you need (Carers NSW)
Should your family member move in with you? (Carers NSW)
Should you move in with your family member? (Carers NSW)
Things to consider when taking on a caring role (Carers NSW)
What might caring really mean for you? (Carers NSW)
What is a Carer? (Carers NSW)
What to do when your family member doesn't want help (Carers NSW)
Grief and Loss (CareSearch) (208kb pdf)

Information for Patients, Carers and Families