caregiversupport

Why Caregiver Support Should Be Front and Center in Your CAHPS Strategy

Healthcare decision-making is often a family affair. From the time we’re born, family members and other loved ones influence the decisions that help us grow healthy and strong, both physically and mentally.  This need for support may ebb and flow over time, but once we turn 65, chances are we’re either providing care to a Why Caregiver Support Should Be Front and Center in Your CAHPS Strategy

Why You Should Self Identify as a Caregiver if You Haven’t Already 

I am a caregiver. I say that now and wish I’d said it sooner.  What’s a caregiver? A caregiver is someone who is providing unpaid care for a spouse, parent, grandparent, extended family member, neighbor, or friend.  Do you help someone with:  Rides to appointments?  Buying, organizing, and taking medications?  Grocery shopping and/or other errands?  Why You Should Self Identify as a Caregiver if You Haven’t Already