Watch our latest video, “Watch for the Signs” on how to recognize the “red flags” or “taking stock” of the people we care for and their abilities can be tricky to assess. Families often overlook the “signs” that the people they care for may need more help or care than they are willing to admit to. For long distance caregivers, recognizing changes is even tougher. Most long-distance caregivers have to rely on regular telephone conversations or by keeping in close contact with in-town family and friends to gauge how well the person they are caring for is managing.
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