Family Support: If you are living with or near family they can be a great source of comfort and reliance. …show more content…
Workplaces should have protocols in place to deal with misconduct and other employee concerns. This information should be available in your human resources/management office, staff room and in your employment contract.
Health Care - Doctors, nurses, therapists and others involved in treatment
It is good to have a key medical professional to discuss concerns with throughout treatment. You may get to know a particular person very well and feel comfortable asking them questions. Your GP may also be involved in your care and have known your family a long time - this can often be a good point of communication for people who live away from other health care supports.
Socialising: -dealing with comments etc
Sometimes the only help you want is in the form of a distraction. You may not be able to return to previous hobbies, but there is no harm in looking for something new to do. Think about what you enjoyed in previous activities that you did - e.g. sport, did you enjoy the competitive nature? Did you like the team work involved? Getting out and socialising might be difficult to begin with, but there are low impact activities that you can engage