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Resources for Black Caregivers 

The experiences of Black caregivers are unique for various reasons, including systemic racism and discrimination.

Whether caring for a friend, family member or neighbour, Black caregivers may also face: 

Caregiver Mental Health and Cultural Differences in Caregiving
What’s in this podcast:

Host Michelle Jobin is joined by Nicole Waldron, a mental fitness coach, advocate for caregivers within the BIPOC community, and caregiver for her son.

S3 E6 | 33 min
PTSD in Caregivers
What’s in this podcast:

Dr. Patrick McGrath, a Clinical Psychologist and an Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry at Dalhousie University. In this episode, he talks about medical and psychological treatments for PTSD, and resources caregivers can access to help with this.

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Most of us, at some point in our lives, will be a caregiver to someone close to us. A caregiver provides physical and/or emotional support to a family member, partner, friend, or neighbour. Who do you care for?