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Topic - Lynn Feinberg
Spouses are more likely to handle complex care tasks, on duty 24-7 with less help from family and friends, said Lynn Feinberg, a caregiving specialist at AARP.
"This caregiver coach idea is very innovative," said Lynn Feinberg of AARP, who tracks efforts to help caregivers - and says too often what's missing is someone to call at a moment's notice, rather than awaiting a monthly support group meeting. "Utilizing retirees is really a win-win, to provide that basic emotional, practical support and advice."