If you are a caregiver and navigating the stresses of work, this article will explore some ways to find a better balance.
The short answer, you need to ask them directly to stop driving. But it’s a delicate topic and emotional conversation. Click here for tips to handle it.
If you’re caring for an older loved one in 2021, here are some ideas to fight loneliness and engage them in activities you’ll both enjoy.
Building healthy habits and maintaining an exercise routine is crucial for your health as a caregiver, and the health of your loved one.
Managing incontinence delicately will help your loved one stay healthy and infection-free while maintaining their quality of life. Click here to learn more.
Leigh’s caregiving story is like so many – at the beginning she believed the work would be manageable, but as her fathers health declined, she quickly realized she would need support.
Keeping your loved one hydrated can have a significant impact on their overall health and wellbeing. Let’s explore some tips for how to keep your loved one hydrated.
In this article, we’ll explore what medical information you should keep, why, and how to organize it in a way that is simple and easy to maintain over time.
Here are 4 ways to create a plan to coordinate family care with your siblings for a more equitable distribution of activity.
Jenn’s caregiving experience influenced her career and inspired an entrepreneurial and volunteer spirit in her. In 2015, she founded Senior Shower Project, a company that creates celebration products for caregivers and she facilitates support groups for young adult and LGBTQ dementia caregivers. We spoke with Jenn about her experience as a caregiver, here’s what she had to say.