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.
Are you taking care of a loved one with a debilitating condition in California? Click here to find out why a support group may be for you.
When caring for an aging or ailing loved one, what should you prepare? One of the first things on the list is advanced directives. Click here to learn more.
If you have a loved one in need of care that lives far away, you’ve probably wondered what you can do – how to give care from a distance. Click here to find out.
Lauren’s story is a great reminder about how important it is to ask for help. You do not have to go on this caregiving journey alone. Learn more about her experience in our Caregiver Spotlight series!
How can you talk with your family member or care recipient about care in a constructive and productive way? Let’s discuss.