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How Caregivers Can Adapt to the New Normal

 

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Caregiving is never easy and these unusual times can make things even more difficult; however, new tools can offer you additional support. Judith and Jack Ursitti use a razor designed for caregivers and their loved ones.

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life for the 44 million caregivers in the U.S. and the people they care for, with social distancing creating new routines, concerns and challenges.

To help caregivers adapt to the new normal, Judith Ursitti, who is raising a son with autism, shares these tips and insights:

• Social distancing presents new challenges: The requirements around social distancing may have eliminated access to some of the activities your loved one enjoys in the community, and in some cases, getting your loved one to accept this can be difficult. However, it's important to mai...



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