Care Partners - A Guide for Family and Friends

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A care partner may be a spouse, partner, child, parent, friend, or neighbor. No matter what your relationship is, a care partner is someone who can help people living with psoriatic disease manage day-to-day life. Care partners deserve information and resources to help them manage caretaking tasks while maintaining their own health and well-being. Request your free resource and learn more about:

  • Being a successful care partner
  • Attending medical appointments
  • Emotional health of care partners
  • Opportunities for care partner self-care

(An NPF Patient Navigator will email your resource(s) to you within 1-3 business days.)

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