Tips for Reducing Caregiver Burnout

Caregiver burnout is quite common among individuals who are providing continuous care for loved ones. Dementia care in particular can be emotionally exhausting. One way to fight caregiver burnout is to be aware of your own limitations. If your loved one requires a level of care that you simply cannot meet, then it may be time to explore the possibility of an assisted living center.

When you watch this brief video, you will hear a physician discuss the obstacles associated with being a family caregiver. He explains some common signs of caregiver burnout and discusses how individuals providing dementia care can regain a sense of self.

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