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Caregivers are important people

If you’re a caregiver, you play a crucial role in supporting a person with illness. Whether you’re helping out every day or just a few hours a week, your help makes a big difference in their life.

Make your efforts count by educating yourself about non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) treatment and remembering to take good care of yourself.

Helping your loved one with their treatment

Your loved one’s treatment is an important part of their journey. Some ways to help them make the most of their treatment include watching for side effects and reminding your loved one about when to take medicines.

Taking good care of yourself

Being a caregiver can be demanding and sometimes, overwhelming. That’s why it’s important to make your well-being a priority. There are lots of ways to do this:

  • Create a support network of people and resources to help you when the road gets tough
  • Connect with a loved one, professional counselor, or support group
  • Maintain healthy habits including a balanced diet and exercise

Seeking out resources and help

When you’re a caregiver, it’s important to remember all of the resources and people who can help you.

These helpful sources of information can help you build a supportive environment: