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Medical, legal, administrative, & logistical information for caregivers
Caregiving requires an enormous amount of managerial-type tasks to complete. Whether it’s understanding specific disease topics or ensuring that your loved one’s state of affairs are in order, these tasks can not be ignored.
Although these tasks can be complex or mundane, understanding and completing them are key to successful caregiving. Our goal is that the short, easy-to-read articles found in this section will help you learn quickly and guide you take decisive action.
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Contributing Writer: Samantha Stein, Content Manager, ALTCP.org Long-term care is a big … [Read more...]
Contributing Writer: Dr. Diane Darby Beach, MPH, Ed.D Losing the ability to verbally communicate … [Read more...]
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