Tips and resources to avoid caregiver burnout

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(BPT) – Since the COVID-19 outbreak, restrictions in daily activities and social interactions have caused a major shift in caregiving roles and responsibilities. Many people have found themselves acting as a full-time caregiver for the first time. Parents and guardians are teaching lessons at home for school-age children. Adults with aging parents or relatives need…

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Understanding When a Headache Isn’t Just a Headache

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(BPT) – It can be easy to dismiss head pain as a regular headache, but in fact there is no such thing. More than 300 types of headache exist and the likelihood you’ll experience one in your lifetime is high. Worldwide nearly 40 million people have some form of headache disease. “Each headache comes with…

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3 telehealth tips connected to COVID-19

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(BPT) – As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to mount, many Americans may be considering where to go for care if they develop potential symptoms. One important — yet potentially overlooked — resource is telehealth, which may enable people to connect 24/7 with a health care provider via a digital device and avoid potential…

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COVID-19 Resources from the CDC


We hope you and your family are well. Below are a few helpful COVID-19 resources from the CDC: Household Checklist – Stress and Coping – Caring for Someone at Home – Frequently Asked Questions –

Caregiving and COVID-19: Tips for people with vulnerable family members

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(BPT) – COVID-19 has dramatically shifted daily life for many people around the world. Nobody is immune, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and older adults and individuals with chronic health conditions are at higher risk of getting very sick from the Coronavirus. To protect vulnerable individuals, many nursing homes or assisted…

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