A caregiver is a person who provides the necessary support and care to a patient suffering from illness and in many cases, does it without compensation because they are caring for a loved one. They are crucial for the physical and emotional well-being of the patient, and can have a significant impact on their recovery. if resources are limited a parent, spouse, adult child or partner is often the primary caregiver.
Many caregivers have to reduce their working hours or quit their jobs altogether, so they can provide care to an elderly adult
Nothing is more top of mind these days than COVID-19 so we are posting a link that our staff has found useful regarding lessons learned.
Bill Reif, MSPT is a friend of MedGift who has over 30 years experience treating muscle tension induced headaches. He is an author
Diem Brown, Five Years Ago Today
Diem Brown, a beloved friend, sister, daughter, advocate and inspiration. Diem made everyone in her life feel important and loved.
start a Support Page Sign In Remembering Diem by Megan Brown Clarke Today is November 9th. It’s hard to put into words what was going through my mind on this day, five years ago. A million things and somehow at the same time complete silence and darkness. I recall almost watching myself going through the […]
Remembering Diem by Vasuki Wilson
Diem Brown was fearless, in every sense of the word. Nothing seemed to scare her, even her cancer diagnosis. Diem would perform a full dance routine
Remembering Diem On Her Birthday
start a Support Page Sign In Remembering Diem On Her Birthday Happy Birthday to Diem Brown, our friend , our founder and… our inspiration. You left us way too early and we miss you dearly , but her MedGift legacy continues to help so many through their journey. https://www.medgift.com/i-support-medgift#donate Join Our Community Medgift support […]
Nina’s Remarkable Story
Nina Martinez is a remarkable person with a remarkable story.Nina has been living with HIV for 35 years and donated a kidney to another HIV positive person.
In case you didn’t know, November is National Diabetes Month and it’s almost over but before it the MedGift team has a question?