REMEMBER: President Proclaims November as National Family Caregivers Month

Start planning now! Show family caregivers some real love and appreciation…

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President Obama Proclaims November as National Family Caregivers Month

— THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary

Certified Care is proud to remind our readers that President Obama has recognized caregiving as a national service and a worthy career, so please take the time to prepare something special to recognize  the caregiver in your life for their work and sacrifice…

By the President of the United States of America Proclamation

The true strength of the American family finds its roots in an unwavering commitment to care for one another. In difficult times, Americans come together to ensure our loved ones are comfortable and safe. Whether caring for a parent, relative, or child, our Nation’s caregivers selflessly devote their time and energy to the well-being of those they look after. During National Family Caregivers Month, we honor the individuals providing essential services to family members who could not…

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One Response to REMEMBER: President Proclaims November as National Family Caregivers Month

  1. Please remember to give a shout out to caregivers year-round!


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