caregiver connection. Lean on Me

March 2012
PN;Mar2012, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p50
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The article presents author's views on having a caregiving buddy. As stated, the isolation of caregiving is something which can stay with one throughout his caregiving life. According to the author the value of a caregiving buddy is that it provides people with physical or mental problems the opportunity to talk and share.


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