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Information for carers of people supported by CNWL services
Are you the carer for someone being supported by CNWL services? Have they thought about going back to work, even for a few hours a week?
Perhaps their CNWL employment specialist or another member of their health team has talked to them about getting a work placement or looking for a job. Maybe their old job has been held open for them. Or they may have picked up a leaflet about going back to work.
This part of the website is for you, their carer. You will probably have questions about how going back to work will affect your friend or family member and may find these frequently asked questions useful. You might also wonder how you will be affected when they get a job.
These pages aim to help you to think through how you can support the person you care for during their return to work, as well as providing information about support for carers.