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Education and Resource Links

REACH OUT. KEEP ASKING. Search these caregiving links.

NOTHING takes the place of talking about your questions in person. 

1-) First choice: ‘face to face’ conversation with someone you can reach out and touch in person, or by phone, or by video conferencing.

Local organizations, medical professionals, related service groups, even messaging between real people, can guide us to help. But, remember, social friends, local or online, normally are not experts, but their experiences might lead us to one.

About the Author

June 8, 2019 ~ jas

“My Love’s diagnosis was over eight years ago — so long ago that the life I left behind has become a blurry mystery.”

 Judith Allen Shone  became a solo caregiver just three years after her retirement. It is a commitment she fulfills to this day.