This animated clip provides support and advice for the carers of a patient with an adrenal gland disorder. Who might be a carer for an Addison patient? Actually, anyone who is close to the patient: the partner, children, neighbours, friends, family members, colleagues. What do you need to know about an Addison crisis: you should know what happens during a crisis, and – of course – you should know how to recognize one, where the medication and the emergency injection is kept, which hospital the patient visits and the name of the specialist. It is useful to keep all medication together in an easily accessible location and to make sure that the carer knows where it is. In the event of an Addison crisis, if the patient is vomiting, has diarrhoea, or is unconscious, you need to give the patient extra pills or an emergency injection, then phone the specialist at the hospital and discuss what else needs to be done. You should remain with the patient if at all possible, so that you can explain to others what needs to be done if the patient is incapable. Afterwards, check that everything went OK and think about what could have been improved.