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Every Caregiver’s Ultimate Helper: Our Online SupportPlanner

SupportPlanner – a Caregiver’s Best Friend

When it comes to taking care of a friend or a loved one who’s ill or on the mend, you’d do anything. But unfortunately, you can’t do everything. We know. That’s why we have a whole team of keen, innovative minds creating and perfecting tools to make your life easier […]

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Good Deeds Create Instant Karma

[The alternate text displayed when the image is not visible] Good deeds reward you instantly.

She was tiny, ancient, and very, very slow. The old woman, stooped with osteoporosis and carrying a large grocery bag, inched toward the supermarket entrance. “Can I help you?” I asked. She said yes without hesitation and handed me the bag (it was feather-light). Minutes later we reached the customer […]

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How to Choose the Right Thank-You Gifts for Caregivers.

The Right Gift Shows How Much You Appreciate a Caregiver’s Time and Effort.

Whether a caregiver is a healthcare professional, a family member or a friend, taking care of someone facing a health challenge can be a thankless task. This is especially true if a caregiver is working with someone who has long-term needs. Thank-you gifts for caregivers don’t have to be expensive […]

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Craft gifts you make in minutes, but are loved forever

Caregivers can easily make this fleece craft project.

Signe Peterson isn’t a fan of idle hands. A CaringBridge volunteer and sometimes-caregiver, she often makes crafts for people who might need a little day-brightening. “This no-sew fleece craft project is inspired by my sister,” says Signe. “When she graduated from high school she and her friends, to remember each […]

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How does a martyr ask for help? She doesn’t.

Caregivers should realize that there’s a whole network of people willing to help them.

Back to my status as martyr. For some history on this, read my first blog post, Top 3 reasons why I’m a martyr…not a caregiver. In dealing with cancer in my family, these unexpected people began to pop up in my life in roles I never would’ve assigned to them. Some […]

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