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Edel Institute instructor Kathleen Schaefer teaches a class on techniques to help with caregiving.
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Edel Institute instructor Kathleen Schaefer teaches a class on techniques to help with caregiving. (GABRIELLE WARE/ GPB)
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Ten thousand baby boomers turn 65 every day, according the Pew Research Center. The National Council on Aging finds almost all of them have at least one chronic health condition, meaning it's likely someone will eventually have to take care of them.

Family caregivers face multiple stresses that can affect their own health. Now, one facility in Savannah, Georgia is helping provide care for the caregivers. Gabrielle Ware from Here & Now contributor Georgia Public Broadcasting reports.

Read more via Georgia Public Broadcasting. 

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This segment aired on May 30, 2016.

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