Tips for Caregivers
Necessary Information for Caregivers
Becoming a caregiver for a parent or loved one is a selfless act of love. It also can have devastating effects on the caregiver- effecting the caregivers health, lifestyle, even longevity. MANY tips are available within the community as well as free assistance and advice to help ease the load as well as help the caregiver understand they are not alone in this endeavor.
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During the early stages of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, families often choose in-home care which allows your loved one to maintain a degree of independence while remaining in the familiar and comfortable surroundings of their own home. Start by talking with your physician to see if in-home caregiving is appropriate for your loved one […]Read More
As a Parkinson’s disease caregiver, your primary responsibility is provide emotional support for your loved one who has been diagnosed with this chronic and progressive illness. Just as importantly, you will need to provide the physical assistance for their daily needs, personal hygiene and household chores. You should become an advocate for your loved one […]Read More
It’s a sad fact, but in-home accidents result in approximately 7,000 elderly deaths each year, with countless others being seriously injured. It goes without saying that most seniors want to live out their lives in the comfort of their own home, but in order to do so, they need to do it safely. Seniors and […]Read More