Explore our 10 tips about what you can do to make life easier if you are a carer looking after your brother or sister.
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Explore our 10 tips about what you can do to make life easier if you are a carer and a student.
If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person and you care for someone, you may be able to get the general payments available for carers, young carer payments, or family payments.
If you are aged 25 or under and care for someone, you may be a young carer. Young carers may get general payments available for carers.
Many students also care for someone and this can be hard. The time and energy that caring takes can interfere with your study. This is true for all students, whether you are a young high school student, an older university student or a returning continuing education student.
As a carer, you’ll often put the needs of the person you care for before your own needs. It’s OK to look after yourself too.