Oct 5, 2018
In a society where adult children commonly live at a distance from their parents, being a remote caregiver is becoming the norm. This episode provides some helpful ways to make this experience easier for the patient and the caregiver.
There are several ways a remote caregiver can provide good care, even from a distance.
Request an authorization disclosure with the patient's physicians so you can be advised of changes in the plans of care, etc.
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