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Starting and Running A Caregiver Support Group

By Suzette Levy

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Conclusion

Caregiver support groups are an invaluable tool to helping others and oneself deal with the consequences of being a family caregiver. Taking the initiative to begin one and follow through is a major commitment, but with unlimited rewards. Once you are up and going, you will really appreciate and love it. It is one of the best things I ever did in my life, and I am so grateful that I could really help and give back to the community.

 


Suzette Levy is former co-founder and Director of North Broward Hospital District Neurological Institute; she presently is the Caregiver Support Group Director for the National Dysautonomia Research Foundation and a founding director and President of the American Association for Caregiver Education.

 

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