Online Support Group and Forum for Caregivers - AgingCare.com
March 30, 2012  |  0 Comments  | 

AgingCare.com Has 50,000 Answers to Questions Caregivers Ask Most

NAPLES, FL – AgingCare.com is an interactive website that connects people caring for their elderly parents to other caregivers, personalized information, and local resources. As part of the website, AgingCare.com features a caregiver forum, which has become the most active online caregiver community. Caregivers can find 50,000 answers by caregivers and elder care experts.

AgingCare.com has recently enhanced its online caregiver forum, so it is easier than ever for caregivers to ask questions, get answers, exchange messages and get support from other family caregivers and experts in elder care who understand exactly what they're going through.

The questions and answers range from Alzheimer's symptoms, emotional outbursts, elder finances and many other topics – everything from questions most commonly asked by caregivers, to unique situations that only other caregivers can understand, relate to and provide support for.

Caregivers report that one of the things they need most is emotional support to share concerns and receive advice from others who are in similar situations. That's where the Caregiver Forum comes in. Serving as an online support group for family caregivers, the forum is a lifeline to others who can help.

The AgingCare.com Caregiver Forum is more powerful than ever, with discussions organized into logical categories so caregivers can quickly find the topics that matter most to them:

Caregiver Burnout

Tax Tips for Caregivers

New to Caregiving

Caregiver Family & Relationships

Alzheimer's & Dementia Care

Caregiver Legal Matters

Paying for Elderly Care

Managing Medical Care for Elders

Some examples of the questions and discussions currently taking place on the AgingCare.com Caregiver Forum:

  • How can I get my mother to go to assisted living if she does not want to?
  • How much should I tell mom who has mid-stage Alzheimer's and Dementia?
  • Has anyone had to choose between work and caring for a loved one?
  • I'm feeling guilty about taking a vacation. How can I cope?

In addition to the forum, AgingCare.com has thousands of information articles related to caregiving and elder care, a senior housing directory, and access to local resources that can help caregivers and give them the answers and support they need, anytime they need it.

About AgingCare.com

AgingCare.com is a leading website that connects people caring for elderly parents to other caregivers, personalized information, and local resources. AgingCare.com has become the trusted resource for exchanging ideas, sharing conversations and finding credible information for those seeking elder care solutions. For more information, visit the AgingCare.com website.

 
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