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CaringOn Profile: Liz Single, Social Worker, Johns Hopkins Hospital System

Cancer deeply affects not only the patient, but their family and support system. CaringOn has brought so much joy to some of our patients because expressing gratitude is something they have control over and it is such a positive expression. I know, through my personal life and my work, how caregiving can take a toll …

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CaringOn Profile: Megan Boylan, Social Worker, MedStar Hospitals

Thanking caregivers for all they do is an important part of my practice as a healthcare professional. I have personally seen how overwhelming, exhausting and stressful being a caregiver can be. Caregivers have just been thrown into this new role of supporting the emotional and physical needs of their loved one, organizing appointments, managing medications, …

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MayMilestoneChallenge

Join the CaringOn May Milestone Challenge – Compete Because You Care!

CaringOn invites you to take the May Milestone Challenge in honor of caregivers! Perfect for any age or ability, this event is an opportunity to jumpstart a new self-care routine while supporting CaringOn, a non-profit established to honor and care for caregivers! It’s simple! Set a self-care “May Milestone” and give yourself the month of May to …

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A Tribute from a Professional Caregiver | Teresa Micheal to Victor Micheal

Patty nominated her patient Teresa Micheal’s caregiver husband Victor for a CaringOn gift.  Teresa was so pleased to see Victor enjoy his gift before she passed away in November 2020. “As an Oncology Social Worker facilitating a Care Giver Support Group, I wish more of my patients’ caregivers could benefit from the gift of a …

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“Many Americans say they want to die at home. It’s not always easy to make that happen.”

“Roger Kellison had Parkinson’s disease that was quickly progressing. He was a private man who eventually moved into his daughter’s house when he was unable to take care of himself. “’He had not come to our house to live,’ Daniel Wallace, his son-in-law, told me. ‘He had come to our house to die. The last …

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