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Put someone in charge of keeping the family caregiving team informed.

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What You Should Know

Caring for a loved one requires coordination. You may be the one who does that, but others may have more time and / or technical know-how to get the word out. There's probably no need to hold formal meetings many times a week, but you do need to keep people up to date about what's going on with your loved one. The more everyone else knows, the more likely they’ll be there to help when you most need it.

Steps To Take

  • Decide who the family communicator is.
  • Choose a means of sharing info. Email is fine, but a private Facebook group is another great option.
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