Home safety is a big concern for caregivers whose loved ones have dementia.
As a caregiver, you always have to be aware of any potential hazards that your loved ones may encounter.
As a caregiver, having loved ones admitted to the hospital can be challenging for many reasons.
Caregiving may not have been something that you always had in mind, especially if your loved ones never showed any signs of needing assistance in the near future.
Now that the days are longer and the temperatures are higher, it’s time to schedule more family gatherings.
Regardless of who you care for and what their health conditions are, there have probably been times when you’ve felt overwhelmed by your caregiver responsibilities.
After decades of work, your loved ones are finally retiring.
Many older individuals choose to remain in their home as they age.
The holidays are in full effect and caregivers should start to think about their New Year’s Resolutions for 2014. Take some time to think about changes and adjustments you can make for the new year to simplify and maximize your caregiving. As we all know, there is more to caregiving than just the proper home [...]
During the winter, falls and injuries increase at a rapid rate. Before this winter is in full effect, take some time to prepare your home and the home of the loved one you are caregiving for both inside and out. There are a few adjustments that can be made to your home and a few [...]