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.
Caregivers often feel guilty when they start to feel the strain of caring for their sick loved one.
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
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?
Medgift support pages aren’t just about raising money, they are about finding the support you need to be successful in every aspect of caregiving.
According to Consumer reports approximately 30% of those surveyed responded medication costs are resulting in lifestyle changes.
When you are diagnosed with cancer there’s plenty of help there, you just have to find it. Check out the following Reuter’s blog post by Debra Sherman.