Important reasons to ask for help when caring for an aging parent or spouse

When it is appropriate to call in outside help to care for your loved one? Too many caregivers think it is their duty to carry all the burden themselves. After all, Mom or Dad cared for you all by themselves and you should be able to do the same in return, shouldn’t you?…. Well… the truth is that too many caregivers end up so overwhelmed that they do a poor job of taking care of their loved one and the rest of the family and suffer from illness and depression themselves. Every day we see so much un-necessary care giver stress and burnout that can be alleviated with just a bit of help from caring professionals. So let’s see if we can’t get you some help.

Join us with Debbie and Jerry Full, owners of Safe Harbor Care as we share information to help you understand what the various types of in home care are and how they can help you or your loved one.

You can read Debbie’s full article on “5 important reasons to ask for help when caring for an aging parent” on our “The Senior Answer” Facebook page! Pleasee share that great information with your friends!

You can find more information on Debbie and Jerry’s non-medical care services at safeharborcare.com or by calling (281) 333-2233.

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