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Published on: July 13, 2015
by Rena McDaniel for Huffington Post:
This is what to do after you have had that all important conversation with your loved one. Once a primary caregiver has been named then it is time to start getting things in order. If that primary caregiver is you then here is a list of things you will need to know immediately.
This is just a broad list of things to do and getting them taken care of earlier rather than later will only be a benefit both of you in the long run. Believe me, there will be plenty to do later.
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