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The Impact of Caregiving

How Can Assisted Living and Memory Care Ease the Impact of Caregiving?
If you’re a caregiver, whether full-time or part-time, you know the many responsibilities involved. From personal care to managing medications, to driving, shopping and cooking, the tasks associated with caregiving can seem virtually unending. Combined with your own family and work obligations, caregiving can leave little time for you to rest and recover.

You may not realize the toll caregiving can take on you, your spouse and your children. Research has shown that informal, family caregivers – those who are not reimbursed for their work – can suffer from chronic stress that can cause psychological and physical strain over time. Caregiving can be unpredictable, and you may have little control over your schedule. As a result, other areas of your life – including your work and your relationships with your children, spouse and friends – may suffer.

You don’t have to do it alone! If being a caregiver ever becomes too much assisted living at New Pond Village, can be a solution. Instead of spending precious time on household and personal care tasks, you can focus on building a closer relationship with your family member — and regain the time you need to get your life back into balance. To speak with us about the benefits of assisted living, contact us today. Together, we can discuss your loved one’s needs and find the right solutions that will make a difference in everyone’s life.  
How Can Assisted Living and Memory Care Ease the Impact of Caregiving?
If you’re a caregiver, whether full-time or part-time, you know the many responsibilities involved. From personal care to managing medications, to driving, shopping and cooking, the tasks associated with caregiving can seem virtually unending. Combined with your own family and work obligations, caregiving can leave little time for you to rest and recover.

You may not realize the toll caregiving can take on you, your spouse and your children. Research has shown that informal, family caregivers – those who are not reimbursed for their work – can suffer from chronic stress that can cause psychological and physical strain over time. Caregiving can be unpredictable, and you may have little control over your schedule. As a result, other areas of your life – including your work and your relationships with your children, spouse and friends – may suffer.

You don’t have to do it alone! If being a caregiver ever becomes too much assisted living at New Pond Village, can be a solution. Instead of spending precious time on household and personal care tasks, you can focus on building a closer relationship with your family member — and regain the time you need to get your life back into balance. To speak with us about the benefits of assisted living, contact us today. Together, we can discuss your loved one’s needs and find the right solutions that will make a difference in everyone’s life.