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An Open Letter to All CareGivers America’s Patients, Participants, CareGivers, Nurses, Therapists, Healthcare Partners, along with their family, friends, and communities

We are all, unquestionably, witnessing difficult times during the Coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic. As we navigate these uncharted waters know that CareGivers America is with you. We are with your mother and father, we are with your grandmother and grandfather. We are there providing care and comfort in uncomfortable times because…

Tips for first time caregivers

Different type of abuse

The term “abuse” often conjures mental images of sexual or physical attacks against a vulnerable person. Whilst these are significant forms of abuse, the term encompasses a much wider range of suppression, coercion, and bullying through both physical and nonphysical means. Abuse amounts to patterns of behavior that are used…

The benefits of berries

Sweet, juicy and full of essential vitamins, berries are like mother nature’s candy, offering us a natural sugar fix that we don’t need to feel guilty about. There’s a lot more to these little food heroes than just being a great snack, so this month we’re looking at some key…

Importance of staying hydratated

Water is everything, to put it quite simply without it we wouldn’t exist. Each one of us is made up of approximately ⅔ water! It’s an odd thought, we know, however it’s all the more reason for you not to neglect the recommended daily intake. Dehydration and The Body There…

Understanding Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

MS or Multiple Sclerosis is a lifelong condition which affects the central nervous system including the brain and/or spinal cord. The disease is unpredictable, even the exact cause is still being researched and its symptoms vary  in form and strength from person to person, making diagnosis a difficult and long…
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