Many family caregivers juggle competing priorities including work and other family responsibilities. These caregivers are stretched thin. Many are overwhelmed. Most could use help.Read more
He will sit at the kitchen table.
Sometimes he is animated and greets me when I come in.
Often, now, he stares at something unseen, at least unseen to us.
I’m also unseen.
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