What it Really Means to 'Just Do Your Best'
Caregivers are often told to "just do your best." What does it mean to do your best when you're burnt out, exhausted and fed up?
How to Pick a Pet for an Older Adult
Animals and aging individuals make wonderful companions. Here's what the pros have to say on how to pick a pet for an older adult.
5 Things to Do Before Dec. 31 to Reap Tax Benefits
Steps to take before the end of the year to take advantage of some last-minute deductions and lower your 2014 tax bill.
Living with Elderly Parents: Do You Regret the Decision?
What do caregivers do when they’re living with their elderly mom or dad and they feel like they've made the wrong decision?
Beginning to see th over Mom's doctors.
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How do I deal with an emotionally needy mother who wants all of my time and…
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Is it normal she's so negative?
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Why does aging mom accuse me of something that never happened?
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Medicaid Might Make You Pay Them Back Mom's Nursing Home Costs
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Suppose you don't want to change a thing on your Medicare Enrollment Plan? Do you still have to fill out something?
You don’t have to change anything, sign anything or review anything. But it doesn’t hurt to look and make sure your plan still fulfills your needs.
My Mom (73) is acting attracted to my boyfriend, why?
Your mom's dementia has her thinking she's much younger than she is. This isn't uncommon.
Can Hired Caregivers Sue Patients and Their Families?
A recent California court case highlights the legal issues at stake for families who hire outside caregivers.
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