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  1. Do you know the National Family Caregiver’s Association Tips for Caregivers?
  2. Do you know how to recognize the warning signs of caregiver burnout?
  3. Would you like to know some strategies to prevent caregiver burnout?

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Some of the 10 National Family Caregiver’s Association

Tips for Caregivers listed in the manual are:

  • Caregiving is a job and respite is your earned right.
  • Watch out for signs of depression, and don’t delay in getting professional help when you need it.
  • When people offer to help, accept the offer and suggest specific things that they can do.
  • Educate yourself about your loved one’s conditions and learn how to communicate effectively with their doctors.

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Warning Signs of Caregiver Burnout

By completing a simple checklist in our manual you will recognize the signs of caregiver burnout. Some of the signs include:

  • Do you have much less energy than you used to?
  • Do you catch every cold or flu that’s going around?
  • Are you constantly exhausted, even after sleeping or taking a break?

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