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Educate Yourself on Being a Caregiver

December 16, 2018

From the Kiplinger website

The role of being a caregiver often happens by default: A parent or older loved one falls and cannot live alone anymore. Or during a visit, you notice an empty refrigerator or unopened mail piling up at a senior’s house.

For caregivers of someone with cognitive issues, there are additional challenges. You’ll encounter problems for which you probably have no training or experience, such as understanding how to talk in a manner that won’t upset or confuse someone in the later stages of dementia.

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