If the person you care for needs help making decisions – either now or in the future – they might need a guardian or someone with a power of attorney.
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Many people find themselves caring for someone who is nearing the end of their life. This can be an emotional and stressful time, but there is a lot of support available to help you.
If you care for someone with an illness or disability, things are likely to change over time. The person might need more care in the future, or you might not be able to continue caring for them.
Working can give you income, satisfaction, interest and contact with other people. It can also give you a break from caring.
As a carer, you have legal rights about your role and how you should be treated. You may also need to manage the legal affairs of the person you care for.