This fact sheet provides information about Coffin-Lowry Syndrome, its frequency, signs and symptoms, and treatment.

This fact sheet provides information about Cerebral Palsy, its signs and symptoms, classifications, causes and treatment.

This fact sheet provides information on Angelman Syndrome, its frequency, signs and symptoms, and treatment.

This fact sheet provides information about Canavan disease, its frequency, and signs and symptoms.

When caring for a family member or friend, a back up plan is essential. Back up plans are made in advance and can be used when unexpected situations occur.

While there are many joys in caring for a family member or friend, there can also be many frustrations and challenges.

The following legal documents are important to know about: Enduring Power of Attorney, Enduring Guardianship. Each of these has a different and distinct purpose.

Respite is essentially a break - for you and the person you care for. It can restore energy and help you to keep on caring. Respite comes in many forms.

If you are concerned about your older family member living at home alone, you may be starting to think about other living arrangements for them. If your situation allows it, you may also be considering moving in.

If you are concerned about your older family member living in their own home, you may consider suggesting they move in with you - try to resist rushing in before you have thought through the options.