Campaign for Canada’s COVID caregivers


According to studies, caregiver jobs become very difficult during pandemic, especially the unpaid ones. Caregivers are more likely to report symptoms of anxiety and depression and are more likely to increase substance abuse and consider suicide, according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Mental health support resources and programs. The effort, launched in the honor of National Caregiver Day in Canada, includes virtual life training and free access to a caregiver support app, as well as new caregiver stories that provide an overview and tips on the site. According to the study, nurses spent an average of 23 hours a week helping family members and loved ones during the pandemic. According to the study, Merck KGaA and EMD Serono are using the results to drive awareness and “work with policy makers, work with other advocacy organizations, and work with employers, to ensure we provide the best possible support to this often underestimated and unrecognized population”. Merck KGaA communicated to Fierce Pharma in February. A coalition of Johnson & Johnson and Bristol Myers Squibb support Mental Health America’s COVID-19 awareness efforts to support caregivers and other mental health screening tools, webinars, and podcasts. Famous Sesame Street characters like Elmo, Big Bird and Cookie Monster in videos helping parents deal with children’s worries and stresses.

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