Marc feels that his involvement in research has both personal and universal benefits for caregivers
Interviewer: What makes you want to stay involved?
It’s the same thing for me, it’s an enrichment for me, so for sure… And I find that, for me, it reflects important things that we must really consider. It’s crucial! To give the opportunity to the people who are living it on a daily basis to express it, it can only be positive in the end. It can only enrich the healthcare system and enrich the resources to the caregivers that are living a life that is not easy. It can only be positive, not only for my personal enrichment but also and mostly for the caregivers that are experiencing difficult circumstances.
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- Balancing time and commitments – 2 – MarcBeing a full-time caregiver made involvement difficult
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- Motivations – MarcMarc feels that his involvement in research has both personal and universal benefits for caregivers