Caregivers who experience burnout may feel tired, stressed, withdrawn, anxious, and depressed. Caregiver burnout can affect a person in a number of ways, including physically, psychologically, economically and socially. Assuming all the responsibilities of providing care without regular breaks or assistance is a sure-fire recipe for caregiver burnout. Seek out friends, family, and foster care providers to take care of providing care so you can spend some time away from home.
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