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Susan’s husband Alan has MS. Today, he is confined to a wheelchair and very frail. Susan is his full-time carer although she also has Crohn’s Disease and has her own serious health problems. Susan is afraid of her own health deteriorating, as she needs to care for Alan:

“I’ve been ill for 37 years and last summer I had two operations. And I can’t be ill. I said to my husband ‘I can go for day surgery but I really have got to be out by the end of the day because I’ve got to get back home’. I can’t be staying in hospital, I can’t be staying ill. And that’s how it’s been since he was diagnosed.”

Thankfully we are able to support Susan. She comes along to one of our regular carer hubs to meet with other carers and get advice, we provide her with days out and breaks from caring, and she has used our emerging planning services so that she knows if she can’t be there, Alan will still be looked after.

It is your donations that make this possible.

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Caring Together
L D H House
Parsons Green
St Ives
Cambridgeshire
PE27 4AA

Please make cheques payable to ‘Caring Together’.

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On behalf of every carer we support, thank you!

Page last modified: 23 August 2022
Page review date: 22nd November 2017

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  • I appreciate knowing that after one telephone call something happens, as you are speaking to a person not an automatic voice. Everyone is pleasant and helpful. The staff can manage a variety of topics.

    Adult carer