Coping with caregiving : how to manage stress when caring for elderly relatives Public Deposited

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Published February 1988. A more recent revision exists. Please check for up-to-date informatin in the OSU Extension Service Catalog:  http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog

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  • Family members who play a major role in caring for elderly relatives frequently ignore their own needs. Some find themselves virtually homebound and consumed by caregiving tasks. When caregiving is prolonged over months and years, the self-sacrifice is particularly harmful. We have prepared this publication to help you maintain your personal well-being while providing quality care for an elderly relative. We will discuss the sources of stress and how you can master stress for your own benefit and that of the person for whom you are providing care.
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