Caregiver is not a dirty word



It takes some people a long time to realize they are a caregiver, and sometimes even longer to “admit” that they are a caregiver. If this sounds like you, you are not alone.

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There are over 34 million Americans caring for an aging loved one right now.

According to the National Family Caregivers Association:

Over 90% of family caregivers become more proactive about seeking resources and skills they need to assist their care recipient after they have self-identified.

83% of self-identified family caregivers believe their self-awareness led to increased confidence when talking to healthcare professionals about their loved one's care.

For over 75% of family caregivers, it was the act of helping their loved one with personal care that contributed to their self-identification.

I’m going to say it again. Caregiver is NOT a dirty word.

Self-identify yourself as a caregiver and get the support you need today.

#selfidentify

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