Caring for someone
Carers provide substantial, unpaid support to someone who needs extra help to manage day-to-day life. They may not live in the same house, and they do not have to be related to the person they look after. Most Carers are happy to look after relations or friends, but sometimes they need extra support to continue in their caring role.
Caring for someone covers lots of different things, like helping with washing, dressing, or eating, or taking someone to regular appointments.