According to recent statistics, 25% of adults are caring for an aging relative or parent and close to half of this group care for an aging spouse. These “Family Caregivers” are often the daughter or the grown child that lives in closest proximity to the parent(s) or relative. Although the experience can be rewarding and create close bonds, it can also be a very stressful time for the family caregiver; many other responsibilities and family commitments may tug on their time creating tension. Not surprising are the statistics from a new survey, by Home Instead Senior Care, where 31% of family caregivers admit they'd like more help, and 25% resent other family members who don't help out more.
As our senior population increases, we will be faced with more and more of these caregiving situations. A new website called Caregiverstress.com provides information and offers ways to cope with caregiver stress allowing your family caregiving role to be more rewarding. The information will help you with:
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