Degree of Honor
November 13, 2015
Caring for Caregivers
In America today, there are millions of people who are active caregivers. Either for a family member or friend, a spouse or a child w/special needs. Today’s caregivers provide unpaid care to someone who depends on them for daily support. Caregivers are often invisible as a group that also needs care.
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