Plenty of Caregiving


I hope everyone is doing well.  Please log onto the show listing to follow my show on The CW21 weekly. January has several observances. Cervical Health Awareness Month, National Birth Defects Prevention Month, National Glaucoma Awareness Month, Thyroid Awareness Month, and National TBI Awareness Month.  Both professional and nonprofessional (lay or family caregivers) affect the lives of caregivers around the world.  Since there are over 65 million caregivers and this number is growing, it is high time we discuss the national financial impact.  Family caregivers help those with glaucoma to perform activities of daily living, those with special needs and serve those with national birth defects.  I am never shocked about how caregivers give so much of themselves, often self-sacrificing.

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