Support for Carers

Marie Curie

Across Northern Ireland

Type of support for people

  • Emotional or social support (e.g. befriending)
  • Information and advice
Help offered

You might be concerned about things like what might happen to someone living with a terminal illness if they get coronavirus. You may be thinking about whether any services they access, like help at home or nursing care, will continue. And you may be worried about visiting someone in case you increase their risk of infection. If you’re providing care for a family member or friend, you may be thinking about what will happen to their care if you become ill. These are normal things to worry about. It can be hard to think about these things with everything else you might have going on. It can help to talk through your concerns and get some support.

How to access this support

There might be family and friends you can speak to. You can also contact a nurse or trained staff member on our free Support Line – call 0800 090 2309, email [email protected] or contact us on web chat.

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