Are You a Caregiver
Are you providing unpaid assistance to a spouse, relative, or friend who is ill,
disabled, or needs help with the basic activities of daily living? Do you
help with rides to the doctor, shopping, meals, bill paying, bathing, grooming,
dressing, walking, transferring to a wheelchair, housekeeping, managing medications,
or arranging services to be provided by others? If you provide services like these,
whether or not you live with the person you are helping, you are a caregiver.
You are not alone. A study by the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP
found that 22.4 million households, or about one in four households in the U.S.,
is involved in providing care to someone fifty or over. More than half of all caregivers
are employed full or part-time, and some are caring for children at the same time.
Many of us will be caregivers several times during our lifetimes.
A Better Living Home Care would like to lend a hand. We stand behind our reputation
for being the most informative home care agency. If you are an informal, or family
caregiver. Please contact us if you have questions about providing care yourself,
need a break, respite, or want to know what local resources are available. We are
dedicated to providing the best caregivers as well as a great source of information
for family caregivers.