Sho B


Hello everyone!

I'm Sho Balkian. As of July 1, 2012, I am no longer Caring.com's Community Manager. If you are looking for the current Community Manager, Rosa R, you can find her here: https://www.caring.com/people/RosaR

If you ever have any questions or concerns you can send the Caring.com Community Team an email to support@caringinc.zendesk.com and they will be more than happy to assist you.

I still work for Caring.com and hope that we are continually helping create a supportive community so you can feel encouraged to be the wonderful caregiver you are! We appreciate your feedback and most importantly - your service to your loved one.

We're here for you!


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What's It Like to Live in Assisted Living? — Feb 04, 2013
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What are shift options for 24/7 caregiving for mom? — Feb 01, 2013
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