Caregiver Resources Articles

Caring for Adults with Cognitive and Memory Impairment

Caring for a loved one can be challenging under the best of circumstances, but caring for someone with cognitive impairment can be especially challenging. People with cognitive impairment may have certain conditions or injuries that have affected their... Read more

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

Survival Tips for Sandwich Generation Caregivers

If you're in your forties or fifties and caring for, or financially providing for, both children and an aging parent or parents, you could be called a member of the "sandwich generation." It can feel like a lonely place, but according to a study by the Pew... Read more

Steps for Choosing a Nursing Home

It's never easy to move into a nursing home, or help a loved one make the transition, but sometimes it may be the best option for getting the care and support you need. Here are some tips and useful resources to help you get started on how to choose a nursing... 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

Resources for Background-Checking a Caregiver

Have you been reluctant to hire a caregiver to help care for an aging relative because of concerns about letting a stranger into your loved one's home? You might have heard horror stories about caregivers who stole from or abused elderly clients. The good... Read more

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

If someone you love has Alzheimer's disease or dementia, you may face a difficult set of challenges. People with these conditions suffer from a progressive brain disorder that makes it difficult for them to think clearly, take care of themselves, or even... Read more

Home Care Made Easy with Senior Citizen Apps

If you're in charge of home care for an elderly loved one, you know how difficult it can be to manage all your daily tasks: tracking medications, arranging caregivers, organizing finances, even monitoring the home for potential safety issues. The good... Read more

What to do if Your Parents Refuse to Wear Medical Alert Devices

Wearing a medical alert device might help your parents stay safe. You might be concerned about your parents’ safety at home if they are 65 and older. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one out of three people (who are 65 and... Read more




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