Apr 29, 2016 by Comfort Keepers of Rochelle ParkDementia and Alzheimer’s Care is some of the most challenging and rewarding work anyone can do. Whether it is as a professional caregiver or taking care of a loved one with dementia – the work can be very fatiguing even if it’s for only a few hours a day. Here are some signs you or a caregiver you know may need to consider taking a break. Read Article
Apr 15, 2016 by AnonymousA legend about circuit riding ministers tells of a passenger on a train inquiring about a car full of exhausted young men. The train's porter explained that they were the “empties.” Caregivers can understand devotion to serving others as well as fatigue from having given everything. Comfort Keepers' respite care services offer caregivers a chance to restore and renew energy. Read Article
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