Support someone else

You may be supporting someone in your household, and this can feel more intense when you are around each other all the time.


Remember that you aren’t the only person experiencing this, and it is important that you have support too. Talking about expectations and boundaries helps to create a supportive and functional environment at home.

Click here for advice on how to talk, set expectations and boundaries, and support yourself.  

Higher alert levels make it harder to see each other in person. You might be supporting someone who you can’t see in person. There are still plenty of ways we can continue to support each other, even if we can’t be physically together. You could call, message, or video call them. Try scheduling regular check-ins or activities that you can do virtually with them.