You live far away from your mother, sister or other loved one who needs care due to their having rheumatoid arthritis (RA). As a result, your sibling who lives closer or your father handle all the core responsibilities. You feel guilty about not being right there, not doing enough and not spending adequate time with your loved one. If you feel as if there’s nothing you can do, think again. While it’s true that caregiving from a distance presents its own set of challenges, there are things that you can do to participate in caregiving, which can help both your loved one with RA and other family members. Here’s how.