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Caring for Elderly Parents

When a parent reaches the point where living alone is no longer a safe option, one out of a group of siblings might step up to become the caregiver for aging parents. If that's your role in the family, you may have questions and concerns about what to... Read more

Caregiver Support: Benefits Counseling for Seniors

If you're like many people, you may not be aware of all the federal, state, and local government benefits and community support services that are available, especially to seniors and those with disabilities or low incomes. You or your loved one can get... Read more

What is Respite Care? Tips for Caregivers

If you're a caregiver – whether it's for your husband, wife, Mom, Dad, or another loved one – there may be times when the stress may start to get to you. You may be able to take a break now and then. Read on to find out about respite care. What is... Read more

Dental Care for Patients with Dementia

Dementia What Is Dementia? Dementia Care Tips: Caring for Someone with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease Dental Care for Patients with Dementia Maintaining good dental hygiene for people with dementia can be difficult, but it's important to... Read more

Hospital Discharge Planning: A Guide for Families and Caregivers

When a loved one has been hospitalized for illness or serious injury, it's normal to have questions about what happens next. Whether the plan is to return home or be transferred to rehab or other care center, a hospital discharge often comes with lots of... Read more

Dementia Care Tips: Caring for Someone with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease

Dementia What Is Dementia? Dementia Care Tips: Caring for Someone with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease Dental Care for Patients with Dementia If someone you love has Alzheimer's disease or dementia, you may face a difficult set of... Read more

Hypoxic-Anoxic Brain Injury

According to the Family Caregiver Alliance, hypoxic-anoxic brain injury occurs when there is not enough oxygen available to the brain for it to function normally and perform the vital processes that support life. Hypoxic brain injury refers to a reduced... Read more

After Caregiving Ends: Life after Caregiving

When your caregiver duties come to a close after the death of a loved one, there's often a double sense of loss, observes the Hospice Foundation of America. In addition to grieving for your loved one, you also might feel the loss of your caregiving role... Read more

Assistive Technology: An Overview for Caregivers

If you're caring for a loved one, you may have heard a doctor or therapist recommend assistive technology for day-to-day activities. Assistive technology devices, also called adaptive devices, can make a world of difference for both you as a caregiver and... Read more

Money Management: What Caregivers Should Know

If you are caring for an elderly parent or family member—or expect to assume caregiver responsibility in the near future—money management is one of those topics that invariably comes up. Unfortunately, it's also invariably fraught with stress, whether... Read more




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