A significant number of our customers are family caregivers at home, tending to a loved one with a chronic medical condition. They unselfishly take on the challenge and responsibility of meeting the daily health and emotional needs of the person in their care. This story contest is a positive way to recognizeand reward this important role.The contest runs through November 30, 2009 in celebration of National Family Caregiver's Month.
The top three story winners will receive $1000 in American Express Gift Cheques and a 1-year subscription to Today's Caregiver Magazine. The two runner-ups will also be awarded the magazine subscription and $250 in American Express Gift Cheques.
All contest entries must be one-page, typed or hand-written and postmarked by November 30, 2009.
Entries should be mailed to Shield Healthcare, Attn: Caring Solutions, 27911 Franklin Parkway, Valencia, CA 91355 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full contest details areavailable on Shield's website at www.shieldhealthcare.com.
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