By Bill Wilson
Boulder City Review
Over the years, while responding to medical emergencies, I’ve encountered many people who are caregivers. They are people in charge of caring for another individual, mostly family members, spouses, siblings, elderly, parents or children who are mentally or physically unable to care for themselves. This situation is more prevalent in today’s society due to the aging population of baby boomers. In fact, the National Family Caregivers Association estimates that there are over 50 million caregivers in this country.