You can stay informed by reading articles about caregiving and healthcare. I prefer to stick to reputable websites with updated and valid information. Here are some trusted sites to help and inspire you in your caregiving journey.
Read articles or join a support group to share and learn from others going through some of the same things. The best tips come from those who have walked before us. Check out these online resources. Always protect you and your loved ones privacy by doing your own research before trusting anyone with your information or requesting services.
There are experienced and trained caregivers who can provide care to both patients and their families. Seeking help can enable you and your loved ones to live happier lives. Dementia and Alzheimer's leaves caregivers confused and frustrated about how to care of someone. The internet offers information to help you find answers.
There are many others just like you seeking help and support and you can learn from them.
When it comes to performance in any job, it's your health that makes the most difference. Caregivers tend to overlook how important self-care is and they pay the price when they do.
You must be grounded emotionally and physically in order to do your work everyday. Here are some terrific resources to help you.
Remember, I am here for you!
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Caregiving and money go hand in hand. It either costs you for care, or cost you in wages to provide it. This section is for finding answers and options to lessen the financial impact of caregiving in your life. Resources available for the finances of caregiving: