Having an emergency plan is important, especially when a substitute caregiver occasionally takes your place
in the home. Post emergency phone numbers next to your telephone or in a conspicuous place where they
can be seen easily by anyone.
*Remember, observe changes and signs of illness in the care receiver. These indicators can help detect a medical problem. But if any doubts about health arise, call the physician immediately. Do not put it off!
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