Caregiving is already inherently an intense experience. And the pandemic is throwing a wrench in most of our lives. Now, more than ever, it’s extremely important to air on the side of caution while traveling to public places. Because our choices can impact our loved-one’s health. Has the pandemic impacted your caregiving routine? Are there positive changes that have taken place over the past 6 months? Do you get to spend more time with your loved one?
I felt that during the confinement, my husband who has PD, who was still working (with some days off ) was at his own rhythm and was quite happy. No stress, No pressure. I felt he was better waking up at his own pace, and was more relaxed doing what he wanted to do, or what he could do during the day.
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