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Many Caregivers Neglect Their Own Health

Medical costs and lack of insurance are major factors, study finds


Local Resources and Solutions

Find caregiving resources, solutions and support close to you or your loved one's home

Family Dynamics

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Relationships Can Suffer When Caregiving is a Priority

No matter how close you are to your loved one, conflicts can simmer

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Protecting Your Relationship with the Care Recipient

The person receiving care should make some decisions; changes can be introduced slowly


Work-Life Balance

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Tips for Juggling Work and Caregiving

What to know about employee benefits and the law

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How Isolated Family Caregivers Can Connect

They should ask friends and family for support

Worried Woman on Couch, Daylight White Curtains, Help for Long-Distance Caregivers

5 Key Steps for Caregiving Long-Distance

Steady communication and building a team is crucial

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Self Care

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How to Overcome Caregiver Self-Neglect

Keeping an eye on your own needs can help you better manage other responsibilities


Caregiver Burnout: Steps for Coping With Stress

Recognize the signs and get the help you need to reduce the toll on your body and mind

Woman Walking in Tall Yellow Grass, What Is Respite Care? A Break for the Caregiver

Create a Respite Plan to Give Yourself a Caregiving Break

Exhaustion, both emotional and physical, can put a caregiver in the danger zone

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