Category: Caregiver

Tips to Help Family Caregivers Manage Caregiving Related Stress

Stress is unavoidable, and actually, not necessarily a bad thing. After all, as the saying goes, “A diamond is just a piece of charcoal that handled stress exceptionally well.” Yet particularly for family caregivers, the amount of stress can very quickly intensify and be frustrating, and when not handled well, bring about challenging health issues.

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The Disease That Mimics Alzheimer’s in Older Adults: LATE

A senior who exhibits loss of memory, confusion, poor judgment, repetition, and difficulty with carrying out day to day activities has the telltale signs of Alzheimer’s disease, right? As a matter of fact, what seems like a clear-cut case of Alzheimer’s may in fact be a newly discovered dementia. 

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Top COVID-19 Resources for Older Adults and Family Caregivers

Researching the best place to turn with regard to the latest, most reliable info on COVID-19, specifically as it relates to older adults and people who provide caregiving assistance for them, is very important – and complicated. Due to many sources and differing opinions on this exceptional topic, we wanted to help make it simpler to locate […]

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Taking Care of Family Members at Home: How to Manage Caregiver Emotions

If you are feeling somewhat disheartened in your role as caregiver, take heart; you’re in good company. Taking care of family members at home is probably one of the most complex roles we can hold: highly gratifying on the one hand, while simultaneously frustrating and ever-evolving, regularly bringing about feelings of doubt over whether we […]

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