Asking for help isn’t easy, but remember that caring for an older adult is a team sport. Expecting to do everything by yourself is almost like thinking you can play a great game of baseball all by yourself.
Being the primary caregiver doesn’t mean that you have to do everything on your own. It means that you understand the whole situation and know what needs to be done. You’re like the team captain.
But getting people to help isn’t always easy. To increase the chances that family will start helping out, try these four effective tips from our friends at DailyCaring.
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