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20 Warning Signs Your Parent Needs Help at Home Your parents think they can still take care of themselves, but you've seen the red flags that they could use help at home.
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.
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.
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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my family and I need some free assistance with our mother for home care. …
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Can the nursing home come after farmland that is only in one spouse's name?
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How to stop my father from sending money to offshore scammers?
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How to keep a dementia patient in bed during the night?
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Don't know what to ask for help with since husband is not very handicapped.
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Coming to Terms with Helplessness The way we deal with difficulties and failures says a lot about how we live our lives. Should we just accept our limitations or fight them tooth and nail?
How a Trip to Starbucks Saved My Sanity When I first became a caregiver, I found refuge in the oddest places. Here's the story of how the local Starbucks practically saved my sanity.
Driving and Dementia Driving is so important to our culture that parents and law enforcement revoke this privilege as a stinging form of punishment.
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.
Social Media Abuse in Nursing Homes Mobile devices and social media have provided many benefits to society, but these tools have also made it easier to exploit vulnerable groups.
Getting Medicare to Pay for Nursing Home Care Caregivers should not let nursing home offices tell them that Medicare will no longer cover their loved ones because they are not improving.