Signs a Senior Needs Help at Home Your aging parents think they can still take care of themselves, but if you’re noticing these red flags, it is time to consider in-home care.
Applying for Veterans Benefits Can Be Confusing Here are 5 must know tips when applying for veteran assistance benefits. These will help reduce confusion and ease the stress.
How to Convince Your Parent to Move to Assisted Living You know they need to go to assisted living, but how do you get parents who are stubborn or worried to make the big move?
The Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease An overview of the staging system used as a frame of reference when coping with someone who has Alzheimer’s and dementia.
6 Signs of Caregiver Burnout The time-consuming, stressful nature of caring for an elderly loved one 24/7 can sometimes become too much for a caregiver.
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The Home-Based VA Care Program Our team from the Home-Based VA Care Program was punctual, determined, and considerate throughout the entire process.
What Happened When I Told My Boss about Caregiving It's not always easy for working caregivers to discuss their situation with an employer. Here's what happened when I told my boss about my new role.
Being Busy Sometimes we get in the mindset of trying to do it all, but we also get frustrated with ourselves and lose sight of the simple solutions.
The Right Way to Switch Home Care Agencies You may not get the right fit the first time around but it's important to find an aide that is best suited for your loved one.
4 Key Things to Know about Trusts and Medicaid Planning There are many types of trusts that can help protect your assets from Medicaid. Here's a brief overview of the things you need to know.
Alternative Treatments for Alzheimer's and Dementia It can be difficult to distinguish helpful possibilities from hyped up "remedies" and expensive "cures." Know what to look for in an alternative treatment.