Becoming a Family Caregiver
Many new caregivers say that becoming a medical family caregiver for the first time is:
“Overwhelming – Much of the time.
Rewarding – Some of the time.
Exhausting – All the time.”
"Becoming a Family Caregiver" (BFC) focuses on helping caregivers find the answers they need to providing care at home
*Support and resources
*Practical information with helpful directions
*Tips for handling difficult situations
*Ways to make challenging situations less difficult
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