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Understanding “Home Care”

From Quality of Life Publishing Company Home is where most people want to be when they are sick, recovering from surgery, disabled, or just need help with activities of daily living. Often, though a person may prefer to stay at home, he or she cannot do so safely. The person may need ongoing care, many… Read more »

5 Ways to be a Better Caregiver

From Everyday Health By Rhythm Break Cares Published Dec 9, 2013 By Joey Corsica Why do we do what we do? Because we CARE. We are Caregivers. And it is our joy and our task to care for the ones we love. Whether you are a spouse, a child, a nurse, a nurses aid, or a… Read more »

Q and A: How to Handle Caregiving from Another State

Question: How can I handle caregiving when my parents live in another state? Answer: First you need to go to where your parents live and do a little advance work. It’s sort of like advance teams for political candidates. It’s their job to scope  out out the town, know the hot button issues of the locals,… Read more »

10 Real Life Strategies for Dementia Caregiving

Source from LIFE Senior Services As caregivers, we often use intuition to help us decide what to do. No one ever gave us lessons on how to relate to someone with memory loss and dementia. Unfortunately, dealing with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias is counter-intuitive; i.e., often the right thing to do is exactly opposite… Read more »