Respite Care – Know Your Options and Avoid Caregiver Burnout

As the days go by and the added stress of caregiving builds, many informal caregivers run the risk of developing a condition known as caregiver burnout. When left unaddressed, the mental, physical, and emotional toll of caregiver burnout can lower the quality of life of both caregiver and care recipient.

Coping with Feelings of Resentment While Caring for an Aging Family Member

Coping with feelings of resentment while caring for an aging family member can be hard when you’re already feeling stressed out, exhausted or underappreciated. Fortunately, ensuring a higher quality of life for both of you is possible when taking these steps.

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Helping an Elderly Parent Cope with the Loss of a Spouse

Although it’s not uncommon for the grieving process to take a while, if these signs haven’t gone away after several months, your loved one’s health and wellbeing can be placed at risk. Helping an aging parent cope with the loss of a spouse should go better when using this approach.

5 Things You May Not Know About Parkinson’s Disease

Many patients diagnosed with Parkinson’s are elderly, which is certainly concerning if you have aging in place relatives or friends. April is National Parkinson’s Awareness Month, which makes it the perfect time for you to learn more about the disease. Here are 5 Parkinson’s facts that you may not be aware of.

How to Provide Long Distance Caregiving

Your elderly mother still lives about two hours away in the home you grew up in. Ever since dad passed away two years ago, mom has been able to continue aging in place on her own. But lately her health has taken a turn for the worse. Mom’s always made it clear to you and your siblings that she wants to remain independent for as long as possible. You want to honor mom’s wishes, but how can you assist her when you live so far away?

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