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Nhs.uk - Social Care and Support Guide
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    All about carer's assessments – the best way for you to get access to information, help and support from your local authority if you look after someone else

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    Friends and relatives are often the first people young carers turn to for help. Teachers can also be good people to speak to about any problems you have. Social workers, health workers and other professionals can also help young carers

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    Your carer's assessment may identify that you need a break from caring from time to time. This can include replacement care, respite care, and paid-for or subsidised holidays.

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    Find out how carers' rights will be changed and strengthened by the Care Act, which comes into force in April 2015.

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    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.

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    You shouldn't be discharged from hospital until you're well enough and have the right support to meet your needs. Find out how your discharge should be supported.

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    You may need to give up work to care for your disabled child. If this is the case, it's worth finding out about any benefits you may be entitled to. Your local authority should assess whether you need support and what support you need.

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    A young carer is someone aged 18 or under who helps look after a relative who has a condition, such as a disability, illness, mental health condition, or a drug or alcohol problem. Young carers have rights.

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    About having your care for a long-term medical condition funded by the NHS through the NHS continuing healthcare scheme

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    There is a wide range of social care services that can help disabled people and other people who are in need for a host of reasons.

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