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Tag Archives: caregiver advocacy
I’ve had a handful of invaluable phone appointments with my mother’s doctors over the past few months that I had to specially request, but they were granted quickly and generously. Mom has finally turned the corner on severe depression that … Continue reading
Is it possible to be a responsible, savvy, and diligent advocate for yourself and others without complaining? ….ever? Can you do it as a person with a chronic disease or other major life stressor, or as a senior experiencing advanced aging issues causing … Continue reading