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Goodness, Coolcar. Are you able to stay at your boyfriends long term/ until you find a place of your own? Were you able to collect your stuff or is it still at the family home? I think it would be helpful for you to have an opportunity to talk all of this through, your GP would be a good place to st...
Hi Stephen, sorry your wife is now in palliative care. A truly ingenious invention though. If you do want to try and post a pic these instructions might help, however, it seems to work only on some computers/ipads/tablets/phones and not on others. (I can only post pics from my little MacBook ....) C...
Definitely hospice, Alfreda. They specialise in palliative care and will also support you. Friends with experience of hospices supporting them and their loved ones can't rate them highly enough.

Melly1
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Hi Joda,

this forum is for those caring for a family member or friend rather than for people looking for support for themselves.

It sounds like you may need to make an appointment to see your GP.

You might find this website helpful for information and support https://www.mind.org.uk

Melly1
Kevin,

there is information here https://www.autism.org.uk/advice-and-gu ... /self-harm

Melly1
Hi Marie, Yes, strokes can affect short term memory https://www.stroke.org.uk/effects-of-stroke/memory-and-thinking How about starting a diary or a wall calendar - everyone who visits can write a note in the diary or put their names on the calendar as a visual reminder that they have visited. Also m...
HI Gill,

if you have time to post what they say, others may benefit from the information.

Melly1
Hi Gill, welcome to the forum. Wow - you've making some big life changes! As far as I'm aware, it only gets complicated if your Mum pays you with direct payments and she won't be. However, its probably best to talk it through with the helpline: You can email us at adviceline@carersuk.org and we will...