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Being a family caregiver, while a fulfilling role, can consume a great deal of physical, mental and emotional energy. Consequently, respite care is very important because it gives family caregivers of persons with ALS an opportunity to create a plan of care for themselves; something a caregiver often overlooks.
For additional information and tips on how to select a respite care provider, contact our chapter at (301) 978-9855 or the National Office of The ALS Association at 1-800-782-4747, or at email@example.com.