Caregivers are often isolated by the nature of their responsibilities. Some can’t leave home without arranging for someone to come and care for their loved one. Others are simply taxed to expend energy on friends no matter how lonely they may feel. So, how can you be a friend to an isolated caregiver?
Continue reading on HealthCentral for some tips on how you can help an isolated caregiver feel more connected and appreciated:
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