Seems that everywhere I go lately I run into someone who has a caregiving story.We were out doing a TV shoot for a show on Health Care Careers that will air in September, and during some down time, Physician Assistant (and Associate Professor at Seton Hill University) Richard Hutchinson and I got to talk about my Take Care Tips book and concept.Through his job, he sees the medical fallout of caregiving.He told me that if he could offer caregivers a ten minute tip, it would be to use that time to get on the phone and schedule an important appointment for themselves.Sounds like good advice to me…think about making that call.j.

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