Caregiving Tips For Family Caregivers

We asked two of our Homage Care Pros Suguna and Alicia about their journey in caregiving and to share nuggets of wisdom for family caregivers out there.

by Deborah Yaw

According to Malaysian research, most family caregivers fall in the middle age group (mean age of 49.23 years) and about two-thirds were female caregivers.

We asked two of our Homage Care Pros Suguna and Alicia about their journey in caregiving and to share some nuggets of wisdom for family caregivers out there so they can be empowered to give better care for their loved ones.

[0:10] What caregiver tips would you give for someone who is currently caring for a loved one? | [3:25] What do you usually do when you give care to seniors? | [3:49] What is the most rewarding aspect when providing care for individuals, especially seniors? | [6:04] How do you prevent caregiver burnout?

Full transcript: here

Disclaimer: This information is provided for general informational and educational purposes only, and is not a substitute for professional health advice. To seek further medical advice for your medical condition, do consult your doctor, therapist, or go to the nearest health institution to get assistance. This video only represents the speaker’s view on the topic with regard to caregiving.


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Deborah Yaw
Deborah believes that everyone has a story worth telling. Has a serious appreciation for good movies, music and spicy food.
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