Advice for Caregivers

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When you’re positively focused on the moment, you might get the sense that there’s more time to meet your own needs.

Preparing food can have physical, psychological and social benefits.

When the topic is an older parent’s care, it’s important to plan ahead for a focused and clear-headed discussion.

Spring weather increases the risk of this behavior but you can help prevent it by taking safety measures.

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From needs checklists to possible financial assistance, there is help at the tip of your fingers.

It’s important to understand the particular challenges that men may face as they age.

Personal care routines are central to an older adult’s well-being, happiness and independence.

Mental health changes are not a “normal part of aging” so it’s important to recognize and address the symptoms.

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You can get a good read on an older adult’s health issues by asking yourself key questions.

This national plan aims to help family caregivers address daily challenges.

It’s vital to your well-being to strengthen the other important bonds in your life.

It’s not easy to accept that a loved one is dealing with dementia. From educating yourself to hiring respite care, here is how to come to terms with a difficult diagnosis.

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