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Eldercare At Home Inc
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The problems that you go through as a #caregiver are being experienced by other caregivers. Knowing that you’re not alone can be of great comfort. Consider joining a caregiver #support group in your community! http://bit.ly/1U4Cwrg
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Making time for yourself is essential to becoming a great caregiver! #LoveYourself #Caregivers
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Tuesday Tips for Caregivers - What to Do if Your Loved One Resists Help. You can help your loved one be more open to accepting help even as their dementia symptoms worsen. Use these suggestions to increase your chances of success.
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Don't dwell on the disease. I am a person, not just a diagnosis! #caregivers #caregiving
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Check out the latest news in ElderCare at Home's May 2017 Newsletter - http://conta.cc/2qqv1zA
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Good morning! Have a beautiful Monday!! #caregivers #caregiving
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The best gifts come from the memories we make with the people we love! #Memories #Love
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When you allow us to #care for your loved one, you gain some peace of mind knowing that they are in good hands. From complex medical issues to #Alzheimer’s disease and #dementia, the independent #caregivers we represent have the skills, experience, and dedication you’re looking for! http://bit.ly/1TQtTRd
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"Shoot for the moon, even if you miss you'll land among the stars." ~Les Brown #Caregivers #Caregiving
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"The most basic and powerful way to connect to another person is to listen. Just listen. Perhaps the most important thing we ever give each other is our attention. A loving silence often has far more power to heal and to connect than the most well-intentioned words." ~Rachel Naomi Remen
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