Get help Get help online Fact sheets Fact Sheets and Online Resources Care for the Carers' partner agencies have produced a range of fact sheets and online material on subjects including Lasting Power of Attorney and what's involved in having a Carer's Assessment. Age UK Advice for Carers This guide looks at what benefits you can claim, how to arrange flexible working hours, and how to organise respite care, as well as considering the impacts of caring on your health and social life. Lasting Power of Attorney This fact sheet gives you information about how you can arrange for other people to make decisions about your health, care and finances if you think you may lose the mental capacity to do this in future. Carers UK Attendance Allowance If you are looking after someone who has a disability or illness and is aged 65 or over, they may be entitled to Attendance Allowance. Please download this fact sheet for more information about Attendance Allowance and how to apply. Carer's Assessment This fact sheet looks at what's involved in a Carer's Assessments and to get one. For further information about how to have a Carer's Assessment in East Sussex, click here. Carer's Allowance Carer’s Allowance is the main benefit for carers. If you are looking after someone for 35 hours a week or more, you may be eligible. Coming out of Hospital This online resource gives you information about your rights as a carer during the hospital discharge procedure, the steps that should be followed before the person you care for is discharged, and what you can do if things go wrong Taking a Break Download this fact sheet for information about different types of breaks that are available, how to get alternative care, and how to plan and fund your break. It also includes a list of organisations that provide breaks or can help you organise a break. For information about Respite Grants in East Sussex, click here. East Sussex County Council Do you Look After Someone? This online resource tells you about support that could make your life a bit easier if you look after someone who lives in East Sussex. As well as looking at what Adult Social Care offers, this booklet also gives details of other organisations funded by East Sussex County Council that provide support, information and advice.