The responsibilities of caring for a sick or disabled relative can be challenging. If being a family caregiver is a new role for you, it is normal to feel nervous or uneasy about caring for a relative at home.
The following information is designed to make you more comfortable in your role as a family caregiver so that both your relative and you can feel better during this difficult time.
- Get practical tips, facts, and advice about caring for a relative who is ill.
- Know how to meet your own needs and when and how to ask for help.
- Understand the American healthcare system, including end-of-life care.
- Understand options for care if you are no longer able to care for your
relative at home.
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