#Care3How2 – Call Everyone in to Action

Welcome back to our series #Care3How2! We’re examining how you can use Action Messages in seven different real-world situations to ask for help, get support or share information. Today we’re delving into the the situation when you need someone to do an odd task. Just log in to Care3, and create your Action Message. Fill […]

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#Care3How2 – Remote Family Caregivers Power “C-Commerce”

Yes, #Care3How2 has done it. We’ve coined a new term for remote caregivers purchasing items for loved ones. We call it “Care Commerce” or “C-Commerce” for short. One of the challenges of caregiving is providing assistance from afar. In today’s migratory society, many adult children live in different cities and states than their elderly parents. […]

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#Care3How2 – Answers to Questions in Seconds is Infectious

In this #Care3How2 installment, find out how one Action can lead to another and another. You could say it’s the “infectious” nature of caring. Beyond making it easy to get help with specific tasks and errands, Care3 can also help you gather information and advice from your care team, such as when illness strikes or […]

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#Care3How2 – Can’t Make the Pharmacy Run? What Now?

We’re spotlighting the different ways you can use Care3 to request help from your care team – from rides to social visits. Today we’re focusing on one of the most common errands for caregivers. How many times have you had to run to the pharmacy to pick up a prescription drug or an over-the-counter cold […]

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#Care3How2 – Requesting a Ride is Easy

Welcome to our series called #Care3How2! In this series we show you how to do some of the most common care activities on Care3 and why our care-sharing app is far more efficient than email or other mobile apps. […]

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Caregiving – Love in Action

Caregiving is not a burden. We believe that caring for someone you love is a love in action. The stress most people associate with caring for a parent advancing in age or a special needs child comes from the uncertainty surrounding changing circumstances, not from the responsibilities of caregiving. In fact, we find that people want […]

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The New Normal: Caregivers as Leaders

When a loved one is suddenly struck ill or has a catastrophic event, it changes the world–and without our permission. We are stunned into paralysis—shocked into disbelief—and even shamed into silence. Becoming a caregiver thrusts you into a leadership position. People look to you for guidance, updates, and strength even though you feel the same […]

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