Getting Help When Your Family Isn’t Available

By Maureen DeGarmo and Lisa Mark, C.P.O.

Traumatic Illness can cause symptoms ranging from mild to severe, with varying consequences. Symptoms such as pain, fatigue, loss of cognitive functioning or lack of mobility require different types of support. But, what do you do when your family cannot provide that support?

Perhaps you live far from family, or they’re unable to assist. Perhaps you live alone. Where, then, do you reach out for support?

Also, at Illness Warriors we provide private consultations via conference call. Help is just a phone call away, anywhere in the world! Read more about this service, here.

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