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Accepting The Diagnosis
If your loved one has been diagnosed with a chronic or terminal illness, here are some strategies that may help you, your loved one, and other friends and family members adjust to the new situation.

Better Family Communications
The better family members can communicate with each other, the better they can deal with hard times and difficult decisions.

Communications Skills
Learning to communicate effectively with your loved one is a key to maintaining a good caregiving relationship.

Good Listening Skills
Learning to communicate effectively with your loved one is often simply a matter of learning to listen. Here are eight tips that can help you be a better listener.

Talking To The Sight Or Hearing Impaired
Suggestions that may help you and your loved one communicate more effectively.


After The Flood
Download this free, to-the-point, guide to help flood victims protect themselves against diseases and other hazards in the days and weeks following a flood.

AfterTheFlood.pdf

Provided by
the Illinois Department of Public Health

Caregivers Handbook

This handy guide provides resources, checklists and worksheets
 - all in one place.