Tips on unpaid caregiving for family without losing yourself

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  • Debra Scammon, of the Master of Healthcare Administration program, provided some tips on how to become a caregiver without losing yourself in The Deseret News.

Tips on unpaid caregiving for family without losing yourself

There are more than 330,000 family caregivers providing about 300 million hours of unpaid work — in Utah alone, according to data from the AARP.

With numbers like that, it’s increasingly likely that each of us will end up as an unpaid caregiver at some point. With that in mind Debra Scammon, of the Master of Healthcare Administration program, provided some tips on how to become a caregiver without losing yourself in The Deseret News.

2019-03-04T14:04:44-07:00March 4th, 2019|

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