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How to help their parents understand that technology is not only easy to use but doesn’t have to be intrusive.
If you ask any caregiver what they want, they're likely to say "more time in the day," or "a clone machine." If you're looking for more tangible (read: Possible) options, though, consider these thoughtful treats that say, you're cared about, too.
Practical, enjoyable gift ideas for friends and family living with dementia and Alzheimer’s.
A look back provides advice on the feelings of loss, confusion, and tension associated with caring for a parent with dementia.
Devising a plan is critical to keep stress from straining relationships between siblings.
Do you have a relative who has moved into a nursing home recently? Here’s what to consider before the children visit.
When is the right time to talk with your parents about where they want to live in their old age, and how you can help?
Caregivers should develop a method of tracking out of pocket expenses for loved ones. One reason is that, for some, they could be taken off of their taxes.
Choosing an individual or a company to come into our home, or that of a vulnerable loved one, to provide assistance with anything from cleaning to personal services is never easy. We are giving an unknown person access to not only our property but to ...
The shift in the relationship that occurs when a parent becomes disabled is an uneasy one for parent and child alike. The crucial issue is often one of control.