15 Healthy Habits to Adopt in 2015 This year, make a commitment to your own well-being. Both you and your loved one will benefit.
8 Arthritis Exercise Tips How do you exercise when arthritis pain makes getting out of a chair a struggle? Follow these simple strategies.
Gift Tax Q and A for Family Caregivers Gifts can have a profound impact on the finances of both givers and receivers. Discover the answers to 5 key gift tax questions.
How to Help an Older Adult Connect with a Younger Caregiver The quality of a home health aide's care can be enhanced if they share a bond with your loved one.
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I Don’t Remember Mom Complaining Mom never complained about anything when I was younger and her struggle with dementia helped me understand why.
Don’t Wait for Tomorrow: A Lesson Learned in Hospice My father was only in hospice care for four days, but that was long enough for me to learn an important lesson about love.
This Caregiver Needs a Break I haven't been away from Charlie for more than two hours at a time since July of 2013, but this caregiver needs a break.
Polypharmacy in the Elderly: Avoiding Harmful Side Effects Being on too many medications can cause harmful drug interactions and expose an older adult to multiple side effects.
Can I qualify for the PACE program if I don't qualify for Medicaid? "PACE" or "Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly" is a dual Medicare-Medicaid managed care program offered under a waiver.
4 Steps for Easing Into Conversations about Aging Rather than avoid the issues of getting older when talking to aging family members, it's important to know how to ease into these conversations.
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