Coping with And Managing Caregiver Burnout

By Pamela D. Wilson, MS, BS/BA, NCG, CSA 

When caregivers experience burnout, the plan is to get through the day. This type of coping can result in strategies and positive responses to challenging situations. The opposite also occurs where poor coping results in unstable and dysfunctional caregiving relationships that harm aging parents.

© 2019 Pamela D. Wilson, All Rights Reserved. 

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