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Help with Coupon Gift for Caregiver

Posted by countrylivin2001 (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 17, 07 at 12:24

Hi,

Just came across this forum and I'm hoping you can give me some ideas. I want to give a neighbor some coupons to use for me to sit with her husband (mild alzheimers) while she goes out. I'd like to use a term other than "husband sitting" or "taking care of husband". Do you have any ideas that would still be respectful?

A verbal offer hasn't worked so I'm hoping this will. I plan on including them with her Christmas card. Thanks in advance for any ideas.


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RE: Help with Coupon Gift for Caregiver

Yes I think it would work great. Thanks so much for the idea.


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