For new caregivers of an ill, injured or handicapped veteran family member, the change in your life may be pretty drastic. Many caregivers have to quit their jobs, move in with their loved ones and give up a large part of their personal lives to help support a veteran.
5 Coping Tips While Caring for Your Handicapped Veteran
Changes can cause some panic and frustration, but there are ways to cope.
By having an open and trusting relationship with your veteran loved one, you can make the caretaker experience much easier and beneficial to the both of you.
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