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July 11th, 2018 Tips for Enjoying a Trip to a Theme Park with Your Senior Parent

Theme parks can be fantastic spots for family fun during the summer months. As a family caregiver, you may worry your senior is not able to enjoy all the fun of these adventures, however. But this doesn't have to be the case. Your aging parent...

July 4th, 2018 Five Tips for Getting it All Done as a Caregiver 

If you're one of those caregivers who think you have to do everything, you're not alone at all. Lots of caregivers labor under that belief. Here's what you can do.Write Stuff Down This is an underrated part of your day, but writing...

June 28th, 2018 Safety Checklist for Your Senior's Stairs

Going up and down the stairs is something you're likely do many times a day, and barely even think about. Your aging parent, however, may not feel the same way. Their mobility issues or low vision can make this daily activity challenging, and...

June 21st, 2018 How Can Vision Loss Affect Your Senior's Emotional Health? 

Vision loss is something that most people face at some point, but that doesn't mean your elderly family member is ready for that reality. You may start to realize that your senior's emotional health is suffering because of her vision loss...

June 14th, 2018 6 Ways to Celebrate Father’s Day with Dad

Father’s Day was first celebrated in the United States in 1910. However, it wasn’t named an official holiday until 1972. That was 58 years after Mother’s Day was made official by President Woodrow Wilson. Today, people all over...

June 6th, 2018 Do You Feel that Your Senior Doesn't Respect Your Privacy? 

Having constant battles with your aging adult about respecting your privacy can make any caregiver a little bit cranky. There are a lot of reasons your senior might have trouble with your boundaries, but there are also a lot of ways you can firm...

May 31st, 2018 Is Eating Alone Impacting Your Dad's Health?

A few years ago, the English study Campaign to End Loneliness found a few startling things. The study looked at 25,000 men and women over the age of 40. What it discovered is that people who eat meals alone were suffering. In fact, they found...

May 23rd, 2018 What is Lupus Awareness Month?

The month of May is when medical professionals focus on the disease known as lupus. Lupus Awareness Month focuses on how it affects people of all ages, including seniors. It’s an inflammatory disease that causes the body to attack itself and...

May 16th, 2018 Get the Facts on Family Caregiving

Being a family caregiver to your elderly mom or dad is a special privilege that can bring you closer together and strengthen family bonds. However, caring for a dependent adult can take a huge toll on your time, your other responsibilities and...

May 10th, 2018 Tips for Managing Evacuation with Your Elderly Parent

The thought of having to evacuate your home due to an emergency such as a hurricane can be terrifying. In many situations, however, it can be the only way to stay safe and secure during such an emergency. As a family caregiver, planning and...

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