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“I can’t believe this just happened!”
“Since he came back from Iraq, he depends on me.”
“My wife has been diagnosed with MS.”
“My husband has Parkinson’s and I’m his primary caregiver.”
“Since my wife’s stroke, I handle everything.”
“It’s been 10 years and I don’t know how much longer I can do this.”
“How do I know that my parents are OK living alone?”
“Since mom died, I am all dad has.”
“It’s so hard to make things happen for him when I don’t live nearby.”
“I’m what they call a ‘sandwich generation’ caregiver.”
“I care for my mother with Alzheimer’s in addition to my three children.”
“I can’t stop working so how do I manage?”
Working Family Caregivers
Should You Tell Your Boss If You're A Family Caregiver?
Having a talk about it can be good for you and your employer. Begin by opening a constructive dialogue with your supervisor. Employers can learn more about why caring for those who care is the right thing to do by visiting WorkingFamilyCaregivers.org.
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