Changes to credits, taxes and other rules in the federal budget will affect Canadians who care for loved ones and others.
Author: Caregiving Matters
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Perpetrator is typically a family member or caregiver.
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‘Everybody will have a story about a parent, an aunt, a sibling, who the system is failing. It’s inevitable, unless something changes.’
– University of British Columbia researcher Joanie Sims-Gould
According to the Canadian Medical Association Journal, close friends and family caregivers are at high risk of becoming ill and even dying.