Special Section: Caregiving

Reprinted from PN January 2001
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For some people, having a spinal-cord injury—or other disability—means more than just learning to do things a different way. They often hire others (nurses, aides, housekeepers) to accomplish what they can't do alone. For married people, more often than not, one of their helpers is the husband or wife. In the October 2002 PN/Paraplegia News, a special section on caregiving features two articles: The first, by National Family Caregivers Association President Suzanne Mintz invites readers to share their caregiving stories. The second, by Craig Hospital's Susan Charlifue and David Weitzenkamp, offers advice to care receivers whose spouse or partner is also their caregiver.


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