If you're looking after someone regularly because they're ill, disabled or can't manage without your support, you may be a carer. This guide explains your rights and the benefits, services and support that may be available to help you look after someone else. It covers:
What it means to be a carer
Caring for someone with dementia
Getting a carer's assessment
Taking care of yourself
When your caring role ends.
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The advice in this guide applies to England only. A lot of it will still be relevant to you but we have a few suggestions if you are looking for advice that is specific to other parts of the UK.