Online education program helps employed caregivers

Maas, Angela
February 2005
Employee Benefit News;2/1/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p46
Provides information on Powerful Tools for Caregivers (PTC), a program which teaches employed caregivers of older adults in the U.S. to balance their own personal needs with that of the person they are caring. Source of funds for the program; Issues addressed in the program; Description of the online version of PTC.


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