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Caregiving Circus

While there is no doubt that you are the most qualified person to do the various caregiving tasks you have on your plate, you are not the only one that needs to do those tasks. This may not seem that important now, especially if you are in the first few stages of caregiving, but if you are in the later stages of caregiving…

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Parents of special needs children are not just parents … they are caregivers. Often they are caring for their children and for an aging loved one. Real life, tips, tricks, and stories showing you are not alone. Caregiving for kids, extra-special kids, and aging parents.

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Jackie Schwabe, MBA, PCC

Jackie Schwabe, MBA, PCC

Certified ICF PCC Coach. Student of Habits Empowerment — Communication Based Leadership — Entrepreneur Autism Mom www.jackieschwabe.com

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