Every year, nearly 44 million Caregivers take care of the people who have touched their lives. TYLENOL® is celebrating those who ask for nothing in return but their loved one’s health. See how Caregivers care for the people they love, unconditionally. Their greatest challenges become their finest moments.
A Celebration of Caregivers
Two-thirds of Americans will become Caregivers. Many have no idea how they’ll do it. Sometimes our most challenging moments become our finest.
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We asked longtime caregivers to tell us what it means to take care of someone they love. They told us about their greatest challenges, their finest moments and how it awakened their stronger self.
Terri Reinhart Caregiver for her mother and father since 2010
“A caregiver can really love their task and it can still be overwhelming. A caregiver is generally a very strong person doing a job which could wear out 4 people.”
Darci Bean Caregiver for her mother
“Being a caregiver is hard work and requires so much patience. I continue to do it as I know I’m the one there. I know that’s my job and I inspire myself honestly, to be better and do better, even on the really bad days.”
Cari Dunn Caregiver for her mother since 2015
“Obviously, caregiving is hard, but the reward is greater. I will never forget caring for my grandmother before she passed. Even though it was the hardest year of my life, I'd do it again in a heartbeat.”