A CAREGIVER'S GUIDE TO WHAT MATTERS

What Matters Most?

What Matter's Most?

Caregivers and attendees at the Queen Anne County Department of Aging's conference on October 9th noted some of the things that mattered to them as caregivers.

The laughter, the tears, the timeā€¦ Jane Anthony

Quality - Darlene Stouts

Feeling Helpful -Barb Reed, RN

Beside physical and medical care, which is primary, the next most important thing is my mother's emotional stability. Her recognizing her value as a person, who she is, validating her and supporting and mirroring her relationship with Lord Jesus Christ. Anonymous

Just being there is what matters most. Anonymous