Slips, trips, and falls are not a necessary part of aging. In this article, we will explore the issues that falls can cause as well as how to prevent them.
Leon Watts III is a caregiver and a resident of Los Angeles County. We interviewed him to hear about his caregiving journey – click here to hear about his experience!
We usually think of grief as something that happens after someone passes, but anticipatory grief is natural and common for caregivers. Click to learn more.
Here are some safety tips to reduce the risks associated with aging in place. Good home safety practices will give both you and your loved one some peace of mind.
Starting the care planning conversation ahead of time is a healthy part of future planning. Here’s how to create a care plan.
The RAISE Family Caregiver Act has released its report and recommendations to Congress to improve the future of caregiving. Click here to read on.
Coordinating family care for an aging or ailing family member is complicated. Click here to learn how to keep the peace amidst the complexities.
Kari Berit is a speaker, author, radio host, founder of The Unexpected Caregiver and a caregiving expert. We had the opportunity to learn more about her caregiving journey and all of the ups and downs it brings.
Falls are the leading cause of death and trauma-related hospital admissions in the elderly. Click here to learn about home safety and prevention.
If you’re responsible for the care of a loved one, the idea of a natural disaster becomes even more frightening. Click here to learn how to prepare.