Your friend, Terry, has a caregiver, Sally, who seems to be crossing the boundaries. Sally seems to be inviting herself over more and more and you’re not sure if her time is work time or time off the clock. You’ve noticed Terry writing the Sally personal checks in spite of the fact that the caregiver is supposedly employed by a company. You find Sally’s behavior questionable yet Terry seems attached to her and doesn’t question her actions. You’ve mentioned your concerns to Terry but she thinks you are making mountains out of molehills. You’re worried that Terry’s financial well-being may be at stake, what do you do?

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PAMELA D. WILSON, MS, BS/BA, NCG, CSA helps caregivers and aging adults solve caregiving problems and manage caregiving needs through online programs, live support groups, and an extensive caregiving library that includes articles, podcasts, videos, and webinars.

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