Aging

Aging is part of life, but it doesn't have to be discouraging. Embrace aging as a reflection of all the wisdom you've accumulated over the years, and look ahead with excitement and joy.
A caregiver hugs an aging loved one.
Resource Center

Ambiguous Loss: Grieving a Loved One Who Is Physically Present but Mentally or Emotionally Impaired

Support and self-kindness can help caregivers to process this unique form of grief.

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Financial/Legal Advice

A 2019 Tax Tip for Your Loved One

Qualified medical expenses can help older adults to maximize on deductibles.

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A home care aide helps a patient.
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Protecting Your Health as a Caregiver to a Loved One with Dementia

The demands of Alzheimer’s caregiving can be taxing on your health, so accepting help to get rest and relief is vital.

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Retirees hiking together and having fun.
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The Importance of Forming New Friendships in Retirement

Friends can be even more necessary as we grow older, so what better time than retirement to add to your network?

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A woman at her workplace talking to a co-worker.
Resource Center

Juggling Two Jobs: Your Career and Your Parent’s Care

Opening up to your boss about your workplace needs as a caregiver can help you strike a good balance.

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Friends of all ages
Life Advice

Why It's Healthy to Have Friends of All Ages

Having friends in different stages of life broadens our view of others—and ourselves.

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An older man undergoes walking physical therapy with guidance.
Resource Center

5 Steps You Can Take to Protect Your Loved One from Falling

 Alzheimer's and dementia can lead to falls, and potentially serious injuries, but there are ways to keep your loved one safer.

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An older woman grocery shopping on a budget.
Resource Center

5 Ways to Assist An Older Adult with Budgeting

Cutting back on unnecessary expenses can help protect your loved one from financial harm.

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A young Afro-American woman receiving a spa facial treatment.
Resource Center

How to Find Time for Yourself as a Dementia Caregiver

Self-care resources offer ways to share your responsibilities and lighten the emotional burden.

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A caregiver communicating with an older loved one.
Advice for Caregivers

9 Tips to Improve Communication with Someone Who Has Dementia

Patience and respect can make things easier on your loved one.

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