While many family caregivers may feel as though the weight of the world rests on their shoulders, oddly enough pain and tension seems to find its way right to their back. Did you know that one half of all working American’s admit to have back pain symptoms each year? In fact, The American Chiropractic Association […]
November is National Family Caregiver Appreciation Month!! Being a family caregiver can be stressful. Here are 10 ways from your friends at EasierLiving on how caregivers can relieve stress, avoid caregiver burnout, take time for themselves and promote caregiver wellness! Talk It Out – With online communities, it is now easier than ever to find […]
The good news is that you have a team of family to help with caregiving for your parent. The bad news is that now you have to figure out how you will all work together for your parent’s best interests. This can put a whole new twist on caregiver burnout. Managing a team of people […]
Welcome to the new and improved EasierLiving blog! My name is Kristen and I’m new to the EasierLiving family, but certainly not new to the medical supply industry. I have over 7 years experience working with hospitals, rehabilitation facilities and health care centers to insure they have the best products for their patients. Given my […]
Caring for someone with Parkinson’s Disease long-term is an enormous stressor. That’s true even if you’ve taken on the caregiver role, knowing what to expect. Mental health experts say burnout — physical and mental exhaustion — occurs when a person’s needs go unmet for an extended period of time. Burnout, they say, is primarily an […]
Hi everyone! My name is Molly, and I am the Consumer Product Merchandising Manager at EasierLiving. My job is to search the market for new and exciting products that can fulfill the needs of our consumers like YOU! Being a caregiver can be a big responsibility, but we are here to provide you with all […]
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Caregiver burnout is a common concern for these individuals, but there are ways to combat it.
If you’re new to caregiving, be sure to keep the following in mind as you embark on your new journey.