Did you know that a full 58% percent of women are caregivers? If you are somewhere between the ages of 40 and 60 – give or take 5 years – you might very well be caring for an elderly parent, parent-in-law, or spouse (as well as children). Helping loved ones with everything from their daily functioning and medical care to finances and legal issues can be difficult. In this video, Dr. Northrup shares ways you can ensure quality care for your loved ones, and provides caregiver tips for taking care of yourself too.
How to Set Up Quality Care for Elders
by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
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