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(HealthDay News) -- Caregivers can offer help and support to people who are no longer completely independent.
Womenshealth.gov suggests how a caregiver can provide assistance to people with dementia, cancer or another condition that limits the ability to perform basic daily tasks:
Shopping for groceries.
Preparing and serving meals.
Cleaning the home and performing other chores.
Making sure the bills are paid.
Assisting with bathing, going to the bathroom and getting dressed.
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