Cards, gifts and ways to connect.

It can be difficult to hear a caregiver complain about the same things over and over, but they love you for it. You listening is a wonderful and great gift, so they can vent and heal.

– Emily O.

Send the caregiver a quick text, card, email, or even a sticky note on the front door to say “I’m thinking of you and am sending you hugs,” or “I know this is hard, and I’m sorry.”

Take something off the caregiver’s plate by dropping off a meal, helping with grocery shopping, or picking up a prescription.

“The most helpful conversations that I had during this time were with friends who were also going through serious elder-care experiences. We could vent, share tips, and yes, even laugh. That shared experience was important.” – Matt G.

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