My Father Doesn't Know Me Anymore

So, you’re spent. You’re done. It’s gotten to the point where you are drowning in the needs of your loved one. You’ve tried to hold on to some sense of a balanced life and sanity while being the primary caregiver, but at some point your loved one’s needs and emotions become too much for you and you alone. At some point, you have to face the fact that your needs must also be met in order for you to keep up the hard work. This is when you realize it’s time to get outside help. What do you do? Who do you call?

The challenges faced during this new stage of care can come as a surprise. Eager for help, for some relief, you set off to find the perfect home health match. Then, you see the prices they charge, the rules they have, the limitations, and after listening to…

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Posted on February 8, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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