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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.
A mix of emotions is common for caregivers when caregiving responsibilities are over. Here are some coping strategies.
How to banish loneliness by helping elders remain part of the community.
Should you urge your parents to downsize or stand back while they do it their way?
Are you prepared to handle your parents’ finances if they get incapacitated mentally or physically?
Many dementia caregivers feel as though they are treading water just to avoid sinking under the often exhausting pressures associated with dementia care. But consciously changing your attitude can, with practice, significantly change how your days, a...
Prevent gum disease by making sure your loved one gets proper dental care.
While it may not be easy to help bathe a loved one with dementia, it’s possible to find ways to improve the bathing experience. Here’s how.