Search Results

Filter the results

Close

You can filter these search results by category, source or community area. Save relevant pages to MyPad using the green floppy disc icon next to each result.  View results on a map using the green 'pushpin' or 'hot air balloon' icon.

Your search for 'difficult times' returned 13 records

Nhs.uk - Social Care and Support Guide
  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    About the support available to people with feeding problems, problems making meals, or conditions that may cause malnutrition

    www.nhs.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    The employment law rights that are particularly relevant to carers include the right to request flexible working, time off for dependants, unpaid parental leave, annual leave and pay.

    www.nhs.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    If you look after someone with an illness or a disability, you may need to help them move around. It's essential that you know about safe moving and handling so you don't hurt yourself or them.

    www.nhs.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    Find out if you could get Disability Living Allowance (DLA) - a benefit that helps with the extra costs if you're disabled.

    www.nhs.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    If your child has been diagnosed with an illness, disability or sensory impairment that needs a lot of additional support for them to live day to day, they might be described as having “complex needs”. A child might have complex needs from birth, or following an illness or injury.

    www.nhs.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    Lisa Gough, 40 and a mum of four, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 1993. She says that pregnancy with diabetes needs careful planning and close management.

    www.nhs.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    If your child is diagnosed with diabetes, you may feel overwhelmed, angry and worried about the future. A diabetes care team can help you come to terms with the challenges that lie ahead.

    www.nhs.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    Surjeet Soin, of Indian origin, talks about his life with type 2 diabetes, and how he keeps healthy by exercising and eating well.

    www.nhs.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    Your first step to getting social care and support is to ask your local authority social services department for an assessment of your needs. This assessment will help you decide on the type of services you may want as well as helping the local authority understand which services you need.

    www.nhs.uk

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.  

    You may want to take the opportunity to think about what living with a serious illness might mean to you, your partner or your relatives, particularly if you become unable to make decisions for yourself.

    www.nhs.uk