In 2015 NCCF Trustee Will Long published his first book ‘A Gift for Carers’ The impact of this book was one of the key reasons that the NCCF recruited Will to the Trustee Board.

The book was written following Will’s personal struggle with the psychological and physical pressures of caring for his mum. His experiences and research led him to develop a solution which counters the devastating effects of what the medical world refers to as
“Caregiver Syndrome.”

Will identifies seven areas that make for a joyful life. This book is packed full of stories that will educate, inform and inspire the reader to create a better life and future. His engaging style will ensure that you definitely will not want to put this book down.

After reading this book you will enjoy:

  • Higher levels of self-esteem
  • An improvement in your physical health
  • A greater understanding of yourself and others
  • A powerful mind-set
  • A more optimistic outlook
  • The ability to handle change
  • The confidence just to be yourself
  • Greater focus and a sense of direction
  • A general feeling of contentment and wellbeing
The Contented Carer

“This is one of those must read books if you are having to care for someone and are looking for some support and advice. Having had to care for an elderly Mother-in-law and Sister-in-law I can assure you that the information the author shares is extremely helpful to anyone looking to get their life back and move on. Thank you William Long, well written.”

Derek Kemp

The NCCF Care & Wellbeing Fund have decided to support providing a copy of this book to any person providing care to a member of the British Nuclear Survivor Community. 

To apply for your copy simply send your name, address, the details of the Nuclear Community person you are caring for and a copy of your ‘Carers Allowance’ award notification. 

The NCCF
Po Box 8244
Castle Donington
DE74 2BY

Or by email to: office@thenccf.org

If you do not provide care for more than 33 hours a week and thus are not in receipt of the carers allowance then you can still apply, please give details of the care you provide (type and number of hours a week), The Grant Panel will make a rapid decision.