You might know or be a family member, friend, or neighbor who actively cares for someone with physical, cognitive, or mental needs. A great deal of time, patience, and costs are associated with being a caregiver for someone. Many are often unaware of the long-term commitment it takes to care for or supervise someone with new or long-standing challenges.
Devon Brunson, MS, CCC-SLP, CBIS
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