SelfCaregiver
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SelfCaregiver

Socialization for the Isolated Caregiver & Care Receiver

Family caregivers tend to become socially isolated, especially if they are living with the one who needs assistance, companionship, or monitoring. If you have become isolated from friends, family, or even acquaintances, your sociological wellness needs mending. You might need to get creative in developing S.M.A.R.T. goals to bring people back into your life.

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Amy Blackburn, MSG, MPH

Amy Blackburn, MSG, MPH

USC Master of Public Health, gerontologist, kinesiologist, writer focusing on the dimensions of wellness, targeting self-care for family caregivers.