Elder Care Quotes (25 quotes)
50 Self Care Quotes on the Importance of Taking Care of You
Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old elderly quotes, elderly sayings, and elderly proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources. Too many people, when they get old, think that they have to live by the calendar. John Glenn. The tragedy of old age is not that one is old, but that one is young. Oscar Wilde. Do not try to live forever, you will not succeed. George Bernard Shaw.
Taking care of our elderly parents and loved ones is the reason why we get up every morning or stay up all night. Please take a moment to read some of the elderly care quotes and stories from family caregivers and clients. She has the security of someone always being there for her and I have the security of someone always being there for her. It has been life changing for all of us. I am very impressed with the Abramson Center - Abramson Cares. As her needs increased, so did their care and patience.
Feel free to download any of the quote cards below and share them by email or on social media. Just right-click on the quote and select Save. Aging is an extraordinary process where you become the person you always should have been. That we are mindless. That we are sexless.
So many people forget to put themselves first in life, and these spectacular self care quotes will inspire you to always keep self love on the forefront of your mind.
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If you know the selfless, rewarding life of caring for another person, then you also know how heavy things can get — and that's true no matter whether you're a family member caring for a loved one, or a professional caregiver working with a patient. Sometimes, just a kind word of support can help us rise above caregiver burnout. Whether you're a family caregiver or a paid professional, caring for others can take its toll. Those who have been caregivers. Those who are currently caregivers.