Caregiving may be one of the most important roles you will ever take on in your life. You may have become a caregiver suddenly or perhaps your role has evolved over time. No matter where you are in the continuum of caregiving—starting to plan, helping to coordinate a big move, or taking care of a family member in your home—having resources at your fingertips will make the process easier.
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By Hollie Deese • Paula Eisenberger, 59, of Mount Juliet, had no idea how hard being a full-time caregiver to her mother would be when she took on the responsibility eight years ago.If things had gone as planned, perhaps it would have been easier. But Katherine “Granny” Jarvis’ health rapidly declined.
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