CEMM Virtual Library

The Caregiver's Journey

Personalized Web Pages

You can keep your family, friends, and Home Care Team updated on progress by creating a personalized Web page at sites such as www.carepages.com or www.caringbridge.org. These are free. Web pages are easy to set up and give you the ability to provide updates on your service member/veteran’s progress, get support, coordinate care, and share information — all in a short e-mail note. Your family and friends can send you and your service member/veteran notes of inspiration and friendship.

Many families ask someone outside of the immediate family to establish the Web page and then this person shows the family how to do updates, which is simple. Most hospitals/rehab centers have computers for families to use to make the updates. These Web sites greatly reduce the burden on families in telling the same story and updates over and over on the phone, which can be emotionally and physically exhausting.

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