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A Caregiver's Bill of Rights

I have the right:
  • To take care of myself. This is not an act of selfishness. It will give me the capability of taking better care of my relative.

  • To seek help from others even though my relative may object. I recognize the limits of my own endurance and strength.

  • To take pride in what I am accomplishing and to applaud the courage it has sometimes taken to meet the needs of my relative.

  • To protect my individuality and my right to make a life for myself that will sustain me in the time when my relative no longer needs my full-time help.

Add your own ideas to this list. Review it often!

Excerpted from "A Caregiver's Bill of Rights," Caregiving: Helping An Aging Loved One, by Jo Horne, AARP Books, 1985

Q: Does CSI provide social services or nursing care?
A: No. CSI coordinates with these professionals in order to serve the client. CSI can also refer clients to local agencies that provide direct health care and social services.

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Based on my personal experience in which my firm has worked in tandem with CSI, I recommend CSI, without reservation, to those in need of trustee, guardianship or conservatorship services
- Scott A. Makuakane, Attorney, Est8Planning Counsel LLLC
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