How can you thank the family caregiver in your life?
Perhaps your sibling lives closer to your parents than you do and handles most of the caregiving.
Maybe personal or work commitments prevent you from helping with your parents as much as you would like.
Tune in to this week's Ask-A-Nurse episode as Brooke Lounsbury, Registered Nurse, shares a few simples ways you can thank the family caregiver who takes on most of the responsibility for caring for your loved one.
Not only is it important to make them feel seen and appreciated, it's also worth the effort to find ways you can give them a break to rest and recharge.
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