Caring for an aging, ill or disabled family member creates a host of responsibilities, some familiar, some not so, while others are very difficult, depending on the circumstances.

Family members, especially ones serving in a primary caregiver role, will feel alone at times. But despite the challenges, it’s rewarding. Here are some tips to make the tasks easier.

Always remember, you’re not alone. This prevailing encouragement will help you throughout the journey.

 

About the author:

After seven years of helping her aging parents, Carol Marak has become a dedicated senior care writer. Since 2007, she has been doing the research to find answers to common concerns: housing, aging and health, staying safe and independent, and planning long-term.

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