Primary caregivers' health, well-being in the spotlight
Community groups, hospitals, government agencies and nonprofits are doing more to support at least some of an estimated 42 million primary caregivers.
By Mindy Fetterman|May 01, 2018 at 10:30 AM
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WASHINGTON — For today, there are no doctor’s visits. No long afternoons with nothing to do. No struggles over bathing — or not.
At the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., a group of older adults — some in wheelchairs, some with Alzheimer’s — and their caregivers sit in a semicircle around a haunting portrait of a woman in white.
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