Results for "Caregiving"
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7 Ways to Care for Senior Loved Ones with Mental Illness
Life is full of little tasks. From restocking the coffee maker in the morning to when you brush your teeth at night, your day is full. For most of us,...
Nov 09
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Protecting Your Family Against Elder Care Abuse
How we care for our elders is an expression of our gratitude. They raised and cared for us, and as the roles reverse, it’s our responsibility to make sure...
Oct 20
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Caring for Loved Ones with Frontotemporal Degeneration
It’s estimated that between 50,000 and 60,000 people in the U.S. suffer from frontotemporal degeneration (FTD). FTD is not a single disease. It covers...
Oct 06
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Helping Seniors with Mental Illness Cope with Pandemic Isolation
At the end of a busy day, a little separation from work or your kids can be just what the doctor ordered. Even while isolating during the pandemic, life...
Oct 05
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Caregiving for Your Kids and Parents – At the Same Time!
They call it the “Sandwich Generation” – the generation of people currently responsible for caring for children at home AND aging parents in need of care....
Sep 30
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How to Know When Your Parent Needs In-Home Care
Older generations are fiercely independent. At least, that’s how they’d describe it. Loved ones may label their attitude a bit differently, but the fact...
Sep 19
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The 5 Stages of Parkinson’s Disease
Getting older is underrated by most. It’s a joyful experience to sit back, relax and watch the people in your life grow up, have kids of their own and...
Aug 09
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7 Tips for Coping with Sundowner’s Syndrome
As the sun begins to set, have you noticed changes in a loved one’s behavior? For those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, it’s...
Jul 17
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NICU Follow-Up Care: What You Need to Know
While the birth of a child is always cause for celebration, when a baby graduates from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)—this is especially true....
Jul 11
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Caregiving and Dementia: Navigating Ambiguous Loss and Grief
Your loved one is there but not there. They may be sitting right next to you, holding your hand, looking into your eyes, but they really aren’t there in...
Jun 01