Many professionals, including working daughters and sons, are currently operating under incredible stress. For those that don’t have access to professional health aides or are concerned about risks of exposure to coronavirus, taking on a larger role in caring for older adults has become a challenge.
Those providing front-line support to aging populations should be recognized. They should also have access to the resources they need to ensure they can reasonably maintain a healthy lifestyle balance.
Here are our top 3 tips to improve approaches to working from home while caring for older adults:
Finding a balance between your professional career and caregiving responsibilities requires ongoing adjustment and flexibility. Your routine won’t always go as planned and that’s okay.
Being a caregiver can at times seem like an invisible job. However, in the wake of the virus, an even greater need has arisen to protect our most vulnerable population. Those that are stepping up to the plate are doing admirable work.
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