Getting back to day to day living following a burn injury can be challenging and present situations you may need advice or help with. Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) helps people resolve their legal, money, housing and a variety of issues by providing free independent and confidential advice. Advice can vary depending on where you live. For more information, please use the contact and website links listed for CAB England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland on this page. Further down the page, you will also find a link to an NHS Choices guide to social care services and support.
Social care services help people who are in need of practical support due to illness, disability, old age or low income. The NHS CHOICES website provide a guide for people who have care and support needs, their carers and people who are planning for their future needs.
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Guidance Notes – Returning to work after a burn injury
9th August 2022
When planning a return to work following a burn injury, people may have questions. These notes provide summaries of common questions people may have regarding their return to work in England and Wales following a burn injury and common questions relating to disfigurement equality in a work context (in England and Wales as at April 2022). These notes are for guidance only and you should always seek legal advice on your particular circumstances – you can click the links to find out more: Returning to work pack Burns individual equality guidance