I’m a Caregiver, but Feel Like a Nurse!
Could you manage the feeding tube inserted in your father’s stomach? Would you be able to change bandages after your mother’s heart surgery? Do you know how to give injections or check someone’s blood oxygen level? If you’re a caregiver, you may be expected to do all that — and more — as part of your daily routine….
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Life Lessons from an Alzheimer’s Caregiver
So when White learned that her father had Alzheimer’s disease, she found the transformation from loved one to caregiver only natural.
But it’s a process she couldn’t have survived, she says, without a support network that included the Alzheimer’sAssocation of Western New York.
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