If you’re providing senior care for an aging loved one and experiencing challenges like mental and physical exhaustion, the time has come to ask for help.
Finding options to help lessen your burden while also making sure your parent's needs are being met is possible if you’re open-minded and flexible.
Caregiver fatigue and burnout are sadly all too common, so what follows are several proven ways to protect yourself from them and stay healthy so you can continue to enjoy life and care for your loved one.
Memory loss impacts how one thinks, feels, and acts, and is often accompanied by challenging behaviors like confusion, wandering, or agitation. Educating yourself about memory loss and developing strategies for coping are important steps towards making you feel more confident in your role as a caregiver.
The holiday season is usually a busy time of year, hiring a caregiver for your elderly loved ones can be a great solution to make the holidays happier, safer, and less stressful for everyone. Holiday Shopping Be it in-person or online, holiday shopping is hard. Finding the right gift for everyone on your list, staying
The idea of taking care of older family members is nothing new, but since the start of the pandemic caring for aging parents or family has become even more difficult. The complications and threats of COVID-19 for older or higher-risk individuals are many and complex. The adage of ‘you can’t pour from an empty cup’