Hey everyone! Congrats on making it through another week of quarantine.
So, I wanted to ask you all about how you’re managing caregivers during this time. For me, I live with my parents, and my CNA has been with me for six years. He’s still coming, and my Mom handles my care on the weekends. Normally my Dad does a lot, but right now we’re limiting his physical contact with me since he still has to go to work (he’s a UPS driver). This setup works for all of us, and we’re staying healthy.
How are you all managing caregivers right now? Are you still letting PCAs come, or do you have a backup plan?
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