about helping 24/7 caregivers 

The stories that struck me most over these 5 years have been about the 24/7 caregivers that have very limited resources (barely get by every month) and rarely have anyone helping them. Estimates are that there are millions of them. 

How do we find them? If we do, how do really help them? The dynamics are incredible. In reality it will take a lot to find them and a lot more to really help them. 

They are losing their health and their hope. 

If we find them, we can tell them the best chance they have for getting rest is from friends and family. We may need to help these caregivers with their approach. 

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