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Long-distance Caregiving Tips by markwealth: 10:31pm On May 29, 2021
can tell you everything you need to know about your family member's or friend's disease, including what medications they're taking and what services are available. Knowledge will help you understand what's going on, predict how a disease will progress, avoid emergencies, and control your healthcare. It can also make it easier to communicate with the doctor. Obtain written consent from at least one family member to obtain medical and financial details. One family member can manage all conversations with healthcare providers to the extent practicable.
Put all of your important information in one location, such as a notebook or a shared, safe online document. This contains all pertinent details about medical care, social programs, phone numbers, and financial concerns, among other things. Make copies for other caregivers and update the records.

2. Visits with an aging parent or relative should be planned ahead of time.

When paying a visit to a loved one, you can feel as though there is just too much to do in the time available. By talking to a family member or friend ahead of time and figuring out what he or she wants to do, you will get things done and feel less depressed. Also, if necessary, consult with the primary caregiver to learn what he or she needs, such as taking on certain caregiving duties while you are away. This will assist you in establishing specific and achievable objectives for your visit. Is it appropriate for your mother to buy new winter clothes or, for example, pay a visit to another family member? Is it possible that your father might use some help with the housework? Do you want to meet with the doctor who treats your mother? Make a list of the most important objectives and set aside the others for a future visit.
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