National Family Caregivers Month
Quotes on Being a Care Partner to a Loved One With Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
November is National Family Caregivers Month, and we are honoring all the vital support, emotional and physical, that our care partners give to those of us living with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) or small lymphocytic lymphoma (SLL). Care partners can be a spouse, family member, friend, nurse, doctor, clergy, rabbi, or another important person in your life. Before November is over, join others in showing your appreciation for someone who has made a difference on your CLL journey by making a donation to CLL Society in their name.
Read quotes below from patients and care partners alike who share about what the role of caregiving means to them.
Finding Support in CLL Society as a CLL Care Partner
By: Susan Bottega
“My life as a caregiver is full – it’s full with the love and care that I can share with all of my CLL Society support group’s members. My knowledge and the love I have for our members give me a sense of fulfillment that fills my heart with joy. So, yes, it has been the CLL Society that has given me the most crucial support in my journey – they have made the difference.” Read Susan’s article.