What Can I Do?
It's the question every dementia caregiver has about their loved one: What can I do? Unfortunately, there's no easy answer.
What Role-Playing Can Teach Dementia Caregivers
There are many ways to learn how to be a better dementia caregiver, but perhaps role-playing exercises are more effective.
Money-Saving Myths That Caregivers Should Avoid
We could all use a little extra cash, but some money-saving techniques may end up costing you more in the long run.
Caring For A Parent With Alzheimer's At Home
When you're caring for someone with Alzheimer's at home, each day brings new challenges and new patterns of behavior.
I find it challenging to keep my patience with my Mom. Any advice?
Answered 6 mins ago by NJCinderella
Should You Quit Your Job to Care for Your Elderly Parent?
Comment 6 mins ago by Drummergirl
You know you are a caregiver if.....
Comment 6 mins ago by gladimhere
How old are you? Interesting range of ages and situations here has me curious…
Answered 10 mins ago by 1tired
When is enough enough with narcissistic parents?
Answered 17 mins ago by NJCinderella
Does anyone have stories to share regarding being the POA and dealing with…
Answered 18 mins ago by pamstegman
Geriatric Psychiatrists: How Can We Help You?
I am a geriatric psychiatrist; what is that? Caring for older adults requires a special understanding of their physical, emotional and social needs.
You Can Change Your Brain’s Destiny Today
Alzheimer's affects some 5.4 million Americans; and it is a disease for which there is no cure. It's important to consider this disease to be preventable.
Sources of a Senior's Bad Mood
Caring for the elderly can be challenging. The key to managing a difficult loved one is understanding what is causing their bad mood.
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