Caring for someone, whether it is around the clock or for a few hours a week, is a labor of love. It is not always an easy task, and it may be a job that goes without a thank-you or a pat on the back. Nothing can really prepare you for becoming a caregiver, and the skills required are often learned hands-on.
Our guest author, Chris Miller, has written the following article: 5 Helpful Tips Every Caregiver Should Know. In this article you'll learn about dividing the workload, where to learn caregiving skills, and how to get the support you need.
Mr. Miller, a disability advocate, writes the tips from personal experience, as he was born with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, a form of muscular dystrophy.
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