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New to Caregiving

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Have you asked one of those questions?

You have joined the millions of people who have become caregivers for their loved ones. The typical caregiver is the 46 year old working mother caring for aging parents. But men, too, have joined the ranks and have become involved in the arduous task of caregiving. Caregivers consistently ask, "What do I do?" "Where do I turn for help?" They feel overwhelmed, confused, inexperienced, and above all, inadequate fearing that they are alone to sort through the myriad of resources and services.

Guiding Lights is available to provide assistance to the new caregivers; guiding them out of the darkness into the light making their roles as caregivers more gratifying and rewarding and less awesome and frightening.

If you are new to caregiving and would like some support please feel free to contact us and we will be glad to provide you with assistance during this journey.