When you're attending to someone who's sick keeping friends and family informed or coordinating help, the last thing on your mind.
Thankfully, there's an abundance of websites to help you manage these needs.
If someone is critically ill, you might want to consider setting up a caring bridge site.
These free sites viewed online or through the app are private and ad free.
You can post as frequently as you'd like to share news updates or ways for people to help.
Similar sites are lots of helping hands and post hope.
medical care is expensive.
That's why so many people create GoFundMe pages for their loved ones.
Create a page, explain your story and establish a fundraising goal.
It's up to you to share the link with friends and family or your greater social network.
While there are small payment processing fees, there are no additional website fees so you get to keep almost all of what you raised.
Finally, during difficult times, it's the little tasks that often fall through the cracks.
Everything from carpooling, to dog walking to meal planning.
Websites like give in kind let you coordinate all sorts of help with a simple to navigate calendar and available slots.
People can sign up for meal train and take them a meal or similar services centered around bringing people meals in times of need.
The organizer can specify the dates needed, how many people are eating and any dietary restrictions.
In San Francisco I'm Kara Tsuboi, CNET for CBS News.
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