Caregiving is usually a full time, 24 hour a day, seven day a week job. People in need of extra care don’t need it on a nine to five basis. That is why caregivers experience high levels of stress and exhaustion. It’s also why caregivers are such exceptional people.
One may think that finding a way to thank a caregiver for their dedication and compassion requires an expensive gift, but the most meaningful thank you’s come from the heart. Here are some ways in which caregivers can be thanked for their work; gestures they will remember for a long time.
The gift of time is perhaps most precious to a full time caregiver.
Simple gestures speak the loudest.