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Inside Indiana Business has an article of note on employers and employees working together on elder care issues. Written by Theresa Bayt, MD, Vice President of Services - Quality and Chief Medicial Officer, My Health Care Manager, it is titled "Caregivers For Adults Require Care Too." The article  begins:

At age 47, Ellen Miles unexpectedly found herself caring for her 80-year-old mother, Mary, who was suffering from a chronic lung disease and needing arrangements for hospice care. Ellen often worked 50-60 hours a week and had three energetic school-age children. Torn and sandwiched between fulfilling her roles as a mother, wife, businesswoman and now, caregiver-daughter, Ann was stressed, overwhelmed and exhausted. Check out "Caregivers For Adults Require Care Too" and see what you think.

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