Adding the daily rigors of caregiving to an already full plate can be a recipe for caregiver burnout. Here's how to prevent it.
These end-of-year caregiving tips will help ensure that you start the New Year off right with a great plan!
As a caregiver, one of the hardest questions you’ll ever ask is, “Is now the time to bring in home care assistance?” Here's how to know.
Boredom can lead to frustration and depression for seniors, many of whom spend long hours alone and want to do more than watch television and nap every day. All days can seem the same to a senior; a hobby can add the variety in the day that they long for.
It's stressful to be the caregiver for your parents. You have responsibilities to fulfill in your own life, coupled with caring for an aging parent or parents. Life gets more and more complicated as they age and need increasing amounts of care. It can be overwhelming at times.
Emotionally, long-distance caregivers often experience feelings of guilt for not being physically present with their loved one, anxiety over the local care being provided, and fear about the future care and longevity of the person they are a distance from. Fortunately, many people have gone before you in giving long-distance care. They offer some excellent advice for you to perform your responsibilities well and feel good about the care you're providing.