Share Your Caregiver Stories

Do you have a caregiver story that you are just itching to share with the world? Is there a question you would like to ask or a tip you would love to share about caregiving? Without a doubt, you have come to the right place.

This section is all about you and your contributions to this website. Everyone who has been a caregiver for any amount of time has at least one story to share. It doesn't matter if you've never posted a story online before. No story is too big or too small. No question too difficult or too silly.

I welcome everybody who has anything they would like to share to caregivers everywhere to share it here. Of course be sure you do not violate HIPPA in any way. The process couldn't be any easier.

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Ask A Question

Do you have a question about caregiving? I would be honored to help give an answer. Even if I don't know the answer right away, I will find out through research or by asking others. I know lots of very knowledgeable people in healthcare. Either way, I will see to it that you get a satisfying answer.

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Have A Great Story About Being A Caregiver?

Do you have a special tip about caregiving? Tell it here and watch your contribution become a very important part of this website. Or read what other people have written and comment on their stories.

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Making A Special Friend 
A few years ago I had the privilege of taking care of an elderly lady. She had a stroke recently, her family was afraid to leave her alone. I stayed with …

Caring for a 93 year old 
I am currently not working as a caregiver because my patient died last month. She was 93 years old, but she was a strong woman. She really enjoyed her …

A thank you to caregivers 
Hello there, my name is Wendell, I'm 57 years old, and my story starts 10 years ago. 10 years ago I came down with Guillain Barre syndrome. this left me …

Medicaid - Should We Just Go Ahead and Sell the House? 
"My mother, who is a widow, has no savings but owns a home, valued at $200,000, and just entered a nursing home. The cost is $6,000 a month! The only way …

Caregivers Guide to Mobility Scooters 
When my wife signed up to be my caregiver (actually she probably never dreamed it) 40 years ago, she was doing well to drive her own car let alone get …

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Share Ways You Give Yourself Care

Do you have a story or even just a simple tip about how you take care of yourself while taking care of others? Even if I or someone else has already talked about the topic you wish to discuss, discuss it further. I'm sure everyone would love to hear it.

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Share A Story About Depression

Are you currently suffering from caregiver depression? If so, discuss how you are feeling and gain support from me and others visiting this website. Sometimes in order to feel better, you just have to open up and tell someone your story.

On the other hand, have you overcome your depression? Tell us how and offer advice to those who are struggling.

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Battling the exhaustion and isolation of being a home caregiver. 
I moved my mother into my home two years ago, she turns 87 tomorrow and suffers from dementia. I am her caregiver 24/7/360 - MAYBE getting 5 days of a …

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