How hard it is to find information on those caring for loved ones with disabilities! Few studies have been done on caregivers, and even fewer on people caregiving to those with a disability. We hope this infographic helps raise awareness about just how MANY of us there are.

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Caregivers for Loved Ones with Disabilities [INFOGRAPHIC] | Created by The Caregiver Space

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  1. I do it, I do all of the meds, meals, transportation, emotional support,as well as teach daily skills age appropriate for cooking,cleaning,shopping,etc.

    My mil and fil are a wonderful add to my team of help and support for my dd and other son. As well as a teenage boy that lives with them who is my oldest son.

    My husband works out of state and I could not do this without his financial and loving support. My in laws have stepped up as great secondary parents to my children. In many ways they are secondary parents to me as well.

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