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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. 

Take advantage of technology. Apps and services such as Caring Village, and Caring Bridge are helpful in keeping everyone informed about the patient's condition. 

Request an authorization disclosure with the patient's physicians so you can be advised of changes in the plans of care, etc. 

Use the resources provided by organizations like Family Caregiver Alliance, AARP, &  They have free resources that you can download from their websites. 

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