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Caring for someone who has lymphoma

Caring for someone who has lymphoma (February 2020)

A carer is someone who looks after a person with an illness or disability without getting paid for it. You are a carer if you’re looking after a relative or a friend with lymphoma. This factsheet outlines the kind of help a carer might provide and lists sources of specialist support available to carers. Contents: Am I a carer?; Offering emotional support; Offering practical support; What if someone doesn’t accept help?; Emotional impact of being a carer; Emotional support for you as a care; Practical support for you as a carer.

Author(s)
Lymphoma Action
Place of publication
Aylesbury
Publisher
Date of publication
February 2020
Pages
14pp
Price
Free
Format
Factsheet
Language
English
Flesch readability score
66.1
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