Benefits of respite care for the elderly and their caregivers

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According to AARP, roughly 34.2 million adults in the United States provide unpaid care to someone over the age of 50 each year. Long-term caregiving carries with it a fairly heavy physical, emotional and economic burden. As a primary caregiver for an aging parent or loved one, you’re bound to experience exhaustion, stress, depression and sickness. Your health and well being need to be priorities, and giving yourself a break from those responsibilities as needed is key.

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Original Article Source Credits:consumeraffairs,

Article Written By  Jonathan Trout

Original Article Posted on : 01/09/2020

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