The responsibilities of a caregiver may take a serious toll on their health, even contributing to depression at times. See what you can do to deal with it.
Here are five tips to being a successful co-caregiver and making it a positive experience for everyone involved!
Any way you slice it, caring for elderly relatives can create a messy family dynamic. If you’ve been shouldering most of the caregiving burden alone, here’s how to let family members know that you could use their help without damaging your relationships.
How can you best manage a senior's care when you live too far away to be there? Here are five tips to help you manage your loved one's care long-distance.
Is it possible to ask loved ones to share caregiving costs without being critical? Here’s how to get yours to say “yes” when everyone’s household budget weighs in the balance.
Although caring for an older relative or friend can be one of the most gratifying experiences you’ll ever have, it can also be one of the most physically and emotionally demanding. What follows are some essential tips to remember when you suddenly find yourself thrust into the role of caring for an aging loved one.
If you have an elderly one it's possible that they will need caregiving assistance. Some signs that your loved one needs help are physical and mental change, poor personal hygiene. Find more about symptoms and cures.
The right support group can be a lifeline of a family caregiver. There are several groups on Facebook, online forms with active users. Find more about how to find one.
A decline in memory function is alarming to seniors and their families. If you’re concerned about you or a loved one having dementia, here are the top 10 warning signs of dementia.
When developing your caregiving action plan, using these tips will help ensure that everyone’s objectives get met.