For parents who care for their own parents, transitioning back to on-site work requires creative thinking.
You learn a lot by doing, but training in dementia care is important for any caregiver—professional or otherwise.Continue reading
Proper nutrition is crucial for older adults. Follow these tips to help your loved one maintain healthy eating habits.Continue reading
Juggling the care of your children and an aging loved one calls for a dose of help.Continue reading
Faith, family and friends have seen this loving couple through their greatest challenge.Continue reading
Familiar routines are important to people with dementia, even if you are staying close to home these days.Continue reading
Asking “How do I know if …?” questions can help you identify problems and good solutions.
Ignoring your own health is a common and serious hazard of caregiving, but you can take steps today to protect your well-being.Continue reading
Connection and engagement can be casualties of leaving the job force, but both are necessary to your well-being.Continue reading