Being a caregiver for an elderly parent is tough when you're also trying to balance raising kids, a full-time job, and taking care of yourself. It's even more difficult when your parent lives on the other side of the country.
It's National Family Caregiving Month, so it's time to tell your stories. There are nearly 15 million unpaid family caregivers in the U.S. today, according to the National Institute on Aging — an unrecognized and often unappreciated role that many do on top of their other day-to-day duties. Check out our video to see what small steps you can take to be a caregiver your elderly parents or loved ones, even if you can't physically be there.
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