Support for You as a Working Person

To Sue – Juggling a busy job and life whilst caring and grieving is tough.

You have helped me to find a way through it and remember to see something every day to make me smile.

Life throws things at us at all the time. Some can be managed easily, some are more difficult.

I can help if you are Working and Caring and need to cope at a difficult time, particularly if you are working as well and need to keep your income coming in.

The three areas I focus on are:

Having Care responsibilities for managing or providing Care for an Elderly Relative. They may live with or near you. They may live miles away or be on the other side of the world. We are all living longer and need more care as we age.

I also help Loved Ones diagnosed with a Long Term or Critical Illness. Dealing with hospitals, appointments, tests and treatment affects us and can be hard to manage alongside working.

The third area I work in is for people who going through or coming out of a Divorce, particularly those who have been married for many years and now find themselves in a new situation. It can be scary but I’m here to help you cope.

Click here to watch a sample video of the Online Programme

Are you looking after a Loved One who needs a lot of Care? Do they live with you, round the corner or in another part of the country or even abroad? Do they have dementia, a critical Illness or a long term condition?

If you’re finding it hard to cope with working and directly or indirectly looking after them then this programme will give you information and guidance, plus confidence and re-assurance to help you cope better with your situation and the stress that comes with working and caring.

This online help and support programme content covers:

Part 1 – Becoming a carer
Part 2 – Getting finances and paperwork in order
Part 3 – Coping with working and caring
Part 4 – Keeping up to date at work
Part 5 – Dealing with the NHS and Social Care
Part 6 – Your loved one’s final journey
Part 7 – Websites and information


There are also links to downloadable help sheets and templates you can use for keeping track of medication, hospital and social care appointments and discussions about your Loved One.

Each of the 7 parts has between 3 and 6 sections with breaks built in for reflection and deciding what you need to do, before continuing.

It takes about 3 hours if you go through from start to finish, but you can stop, rewind, fast forward and repeat any part as often as you need to.

There are 3 different options you can buy and download – there is no VAT to pay.