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Caregivers need their loved one’s medical information and plans right at their fingertips. Here are a few places to begin getting organized.

Medical inventory

This lists everything from medical history to insurance information.

Legal authorizations and forms

These forms ensure the patient’s rights and desires are documented and upheld, and legally authorize others to gain medical information.

Create a care plan

Putting together a care plan is a way for caregivers to track what they’re doing, find support and build in some time for self-care.

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