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Coping with stress during a pandemic

By kiran | Apr 20 2020

It is normal to feel sad, stressed, confused, scared or angry during a crisis. Especially when you have family members in senior living communities, or […]

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Preventing Wandering: Management Tips for Caregivers

By roger | Apr 24 2017

According to the Alzheimer’s Association®, approximately 60 percent of those living with Alzheimer’s or dementia will wander. Managing the risks of wandering requires careful observation […]

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Preventing Wandering: Management Techniques for Caregivers

By roger | Apr 13 2017

For many family caregivers of a loved one with memory loss, keeping their loved one from wandering off by themselves is part of their reality. […]

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Tips on Coordinating a Team for Your Loved One’s Care

By roger | Oct 25 2016

Providing full-time care for an aging parent or loved one is not easy to do without help. Especially if that loved one has a chronic […]

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Tips on Anticipating Caregiving’s Effects on Your Life

By roger | Sep 16 2016

It doesn’t come as much surprise that caring for the health and well-being of another person affects almost every aspect of your life. You will […]

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Tips for Recognizing Caregiver Stress & Avoiding Depression and Burnout

By roger | Sep 1 2016

If you’re busy caring for a loved one, you may become so focused on providing care that it may be difficult to realize or admit […]

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Tips for Utilizing Respite Care: Benefits for Caregivers and Loved Ones

By roger | Aug 26 2016

When caring for a loved one becomes your top priority, everything else – catching up with friends, doing what brings you joy, caring for your […]

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Respite: A Period of Renewal for You and Your Loved One

By roger | Aug 24 2016

If your older loved one requires daily assistance with everyday tasks, stepping into the role of their caregiver becomes a full-time commitment, especially if they […]

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Engaging Every Day: Planning Activities for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

By roger | Apr 22 2016

As Alzheimer’s progresses and skills and abilities diminish, the person living with the disease may start to suffer from feelings of worthlessness or isolation, expressing […]

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