Caregiver Resources Articles

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

Caregiver Resource: Holding a Family Meeting

As a caregiver for an ill or aging parent or family member, you know that family cooperation can be extremely valuable in helping you provide good care and minimize stress. A family meeting is often recommended by counselors and social workers as a great... 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

Transition to Assisted Living: A Caregiver’s Guide

If you're caring for an older adult or aging parent, there may come a time when you're no longer able to provide the support your loved one needs to live independently. The transition to assisted living can be difficult for everyone involved, even if there... 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

Caregiver Tips for Patients with Brain Injury

Caring for a loved one with a brain injury can change your life in ways your family might not expect. The path for both caregiver and patient may vary day by day, leading you to learn from your successes and failures as you go. If you are... Read more

Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

Many people may feel that forgetfulness is just a normal part of getting older—misplacing keys or forgetting a name or an appointment can happen to anyone. Sometimes, however, memory loss becomes more frequent or troublesome, possibly even causing concern... Read more

How Do I Find a Long-Term Care Facility?

At some point in your life, you might need long-term care – or you might have to find a long-term care facility for your parent, spouse, or other loved one. You'll want to make sure the facility provides the best possible care. Read about how to find a... Read more

How Do I Pay for Long-Term Care?

If you’re wondering if you may need long-term care in your later years, there is a probability that you will. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human services, someone turning 65 today has almost a 70% chance of needing some type of long-term... Read more

Senior Citizen Health: How to Prevent Falling

Falls pose a huge risk for Americans aged 65 and above. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC): Approximately 2.5 million elderly people are treated in emergency rooms every year because of falls. One in three people over age 65 falls... Read more




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