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Well defined, Mags http://www.carersuk.org/images/icon_exclaim.gif My OH has type 2 and started out by controlling it with diet, then progresses to tablets and then finally to insulin, which he takes in one dose in the morning. He's still type 2 http://www.carersuk.org/images/icon_rolleyes.gif Jenny
Welcome LJ! Great to have you 'on board' Image
Unpaid carers sounds quite good, but I feel it has conotations of 'volunteers' and how many of us are that? Image Image Image
http://www.carersuk.org/images/icon_exclaim.gif I don't have the same experience at you, but I'd like to welcome you to the forum anyway. We all have our problems but always sympathise with each other and really 'listen' where others don't. Lots of (((((((((((((hugs)))))))))))))) to you http://www....
Hi Tracie

Yes they certainly should do, so should your GP, but not all of them are clued up about it Image

Good luck Image

I got £500 via my GP for the Carer's Support Payment. (not means tested) It was paid via the Surrey Independent Living Council. From the GP is it for Sitting service/outings, but I could also have gone through my local Carer's Group, in which case it can be used for anything that would make the cari...
I agree, I often have to look up in Google!!
<t>Provided you told the agency that you had a dog, then they should only send people to are ok with that. I think you should tell the agency, generally they like to know how their staff are working (mine sends out regular short questionaires on how they are doing). I have a not very friendly dog an...
Someone to take me dancing!