The four major categories that most caregivers fit into are people who have loved ones living in assisted living, nursing homes or other facilities; caregivers who have older parents or others living in their own homes; those who have an elder living with them (or who live in the elder’s home); and caregivers for younger adults, often our children who have special challenges with health and/or cognition. Our status as caregivers hasn't changed, yet circumstances have dramatically changed how we are able to provide care. This is the grim reality that caregivers are forced to accept. I can't change that for anyone (not even myself), but I can offer some ideas that may help some of you as you move through this.
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