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What I’ve Learned Over a Lifetime of Caring for the Dying

A wonderful new article by the New York Times: “What I’ve Learned Over a Lifetime of Caring for the Dying”   “While I slept in my home, my mother lay dying on the bathroom floor ...
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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 ...
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50 Million Americans Are Unpaid Caregivers. We Need Help.

50 Million Americans Are Unpaid Caregivers. We Need Help. Biden must make good on his promise to support families with sick loved ones.   This is an excerpt from an article written by Kate Washington ...
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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 ...
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Lemonade Stand Donation | CaringOn

A Generous Lemonade Stand Donation

Kate Sullivan’s family shared this adorable story and photo about their donation to CaringOn!  Thank you so much for your generous gift! Donation: $117 to CaringOn Dear Caringon, I set up a lemonade stand a ...
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“How Not to Say the Wrong Thing”

“It works in all kinds of crises — medical, legal, even existential. It’s the ‘Ring Theory’ of kvetching. The first rule is comfort in, dump out. “When Susan had breast cancer, we heard a lot ...
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We Care for Those Who Care

Caregivers are our unsung heroes. They are saving our lives in our darkest days. That has been CaringOn’s mission for seven years. To recognize our caregivers and say thank you. And now the world is ...
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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 ...
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“My Family Cared for My Sick Aunt. Who’s Caring for Us?”

“When I was 12, my mother’s 32-year-old sister Emily experienced a berry-aneurysm rupture, which caused a stroke. One day she had a headache that she said felt like being hit with a two-by-four. She went ...
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