Establishing and Coordinating Caregiver Roles

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After Sherea’s father, Chester Cary, was diagnosed with prostate cancer, she felt it was important recruit family members and identify various roles that allowed everyone to contribute to his care. How can family and friends rally together to help a loved one during a health crisis? In this interview, produced in partnership CanCare, Cary shares tips on how to get family members to pitch in where they feel most comfortable. 

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