Caring for your abuser

Primary Source:  Amanda Toler Woodward, September 28, 2016

Caregiving is a big topic these days.  It certainly comes up a lot in this blog. The National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine just published it’s most recent report on family caregiving.   I haven’t digested it yet so expect to see a future post with more detail.  I imagine, like most of the research I have talked about in this area, it will highlight the challenges of caregiving (physically, emotionally, and financially) while also acknowledging the rewards of providing care for someone you love. I’m sure it has some recommendations for better supporting family caregivers moving forward.  Good stuff and good background for my topic today.

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Amanda Toler Woodward
Amanda Toler Woodward is an associate professor in the MSU School of Social Work. Her goal is to share reflections on a wide range of topics related to aging research, social work, academia, and whatever else catches her fancy.
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