As caregivers, we interact with the economy a lot. We pick up groceries and medicine. We interface with healthcare providers and professionals. We make major purchases on medical equipment and home repairs for our loved ones.

There are certain businesses that are lifesavers in our times of desperation and panic. They are the ones that say, “Don’t worry, we’ll come to you,” or ask us, “When is the most convenient time to get this done?”

If you’re a local caregiver and would like to recognize a business or program for their exceptional family friendliness and flexibility, submit a nomination! We will add businesses who are recognized to our Sandwiched Approved page.

About Author

Rachel Hiles is a 30-something aspiring local celebrity do-gooder in Kansas City, MO. She has been the primary caregiver for her grandmother since 2015, using the knowledge and experiences gained over the past twelve years building a career helping disabilities at the individual, organizational, and systems levels to help her grandma have a good life and age in place. She is a Certified Caregiving Consultant™, Facilitator™, and Educator™.

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